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rook

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of rook

  1. a person who is just starting out in a field of activity every year the coaches have to deal with rooks who don't know the rules yet Synonyms of rook abecedarian, apprentice, babe, colt, cub, fledgling, freshman, greenhorn, neophyte, newbie, newcomer, novice, novitiate, punk, recruit, beginner, rookie, tenderfoot, tyro, virginWords Related to rook boot; amateur, dabbler, dilettante; learner, student, trainee; candidate, entrant, probationerNear Antonyms of rook expert, master, pro, professionalAntonyms of rook old hand, old-timer, vet, veteran


rook

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of rook

  1. to rob by the use of trickery or threats once you learn to recognize these swindler's tricks, no one will be able to use them to rook you Synonyms of rook beat, bilk, bleed, cheat, chisel, chouse, con, cozen, defraud, diddle, do, do in, euchre, fiddle, flimflam, gaff, gyp, hose [slang], hustle, mulct, nobble [British slang], pluck, ream, rip off, fleece, screw, shake down, short, shortchange, skin, skunk, squeeze, stick, stiff, sting, sucker, swindle, thimblerig, victimizeWords Related to rook extort, wrench, wrest, wring; clip, gouge, nick, overcharge, soak; exploit, milk; deceive, dupe, fool, gull, trick; rope (in); betray, bitch, double-cross; bamboozle, fast-talk



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