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English words starting with roo

Meanings of Roofage:

noun

Roof-like covering; an example of this.

Meanings of Roofed:

verb

Cover with a roof.

Usage examples:

The yard had been roughly roofed over with corrugated iron
noun

The structure forming the upper covering of a building or vehicle.

Usage examples:

The rain woke him, hammering on the roof

Meanings of Roofer:

noun

A person who constructs or repairs roofs.

Usage examples:

The majority are involved in the building trade and include bricklayers, plasterers, roofers, elect…

Roofers

ˈruː.fər

Meanings of Roofers:

noun

A person who constructs or repairs roofs.

Usage examples:

The majority are involved in the building trade and include bricklayers, plasterers, roofers, elect…

Meanings of Roofing:

noun

Material for constructing a building's roof.

Usage examples:

A house with corrugated iron roofing
verb

Cover with a roof.

Usage examples:

The yard had been roughly roofed over with corrugated iron

Meanings of Rooflet:

noun

A small roof or covering.

Meanings of Roofline:

noun

The design or proportions of a vehicle's roof.

Usage examples:

The silhouette of the concept is unique, with raked windscreen and an arching roofline that ends in…

Rooflines

ˈruːflʌɪn

Meanings of Rooflines:

noun

The design or proportions of a vehicle's roof.

Usage examples:

The silhouette of the concept is unique, with raked windscreen and an arching roofline that ends in…

Meanings of Roofs:

noun

The structure forming the upper covering of a building or vehicle.

Usage examples:

The rain woke him, hammering on the roof
verb

Cover with a roof.

Usage examples:

The yard had been roughly roofed over with corrugated iron

Roofscape

ˈruːf.skeɪp

Meanings of Roofscape:

noun

A view of the roofs of buildings in an area, or of the roof of a particular large building

Usage examples:

As you look down from the tower a huge roofscape lies below., the house has excellent views over a …

Rooftop

ˈruːftɒp

Meanings of Rooftop:

noun

The outer surface of a building's roof.

Usage examples:

A winter view of rooftops

Rooftops

ˈruːf.tɒp

Meanings of Rooftops:

noun

The outer surface of a building's roof.

Usage examples:

A winter view of rooftops

Meanings of Rooftrees:

noun

The ridge piece of a roof.

Meanings of Roofward:

adverb

Towards or in the direction of the roof; upwards.

Meanings of Roofy:

adjective

Resembling or characteristic of a roof; roof-like.

Meanings of Rooibok:

noun

The impala, aepyceros melampus.

Meanings of Rooing:

noun

The action or practice of "roo".

Rookeries

ˈrʊk.ər.i

Meanings of Rookeries:

noun

A breeding colony of rooks, typically seen as a collection of nests high in a clump of trees.

Usage examples:

If a bird misbehaved itself such as claim or take over another bird's nest in the rookery the gener…

Meanings of Rookie:

noun

A new recruit, especially in the army or police.

Usage examples:

A rookie cop

Meanings of Rookie-mistake:

noun

A basic mistake, like one that a person with no experience of an activity would make

Usage examples:

Although he's an experienced movie director, he made the rookie mistake of trying to cram too much …

Meanings of Rookish:

adjective

Of or relating to rooks; resembling a rook.

Meanings of Rooklet:

noun

A young rook, a rook chick; = "rookling".

Rooks

rʊk

Meanings of Rooks:

noun

A gregarious eurasian crow with black plumage and a bare face, nesting in colonies in treetops.

Usage examples:

Birds - blackbirds and thrushes, robins, starlings, rooks and crows, jays, ducks, seagulls and owls…
verb

Defraud, overcharge, or swindle (someone).

Usage examples:

Police files are overflowing with complaints from people who've been rooked

Meanings of Rookus:

noun

Ruckus.

Meanings of Rooky:

adjective

Full of or abounding in rooks; consisting of rooks.

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