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Rowdyism

ˈraʊ.di.ɪ.zəm

Meanings of Rowdyism:

noun

Behaviour that is noisy and possibly violent

Usage examples:

Disgraceful rowdyism in the house of commons, this sort of rowdyism will not be permitted in the to…

Rowed

raʊ

Meanings of Rowed:

verb

Propel (a boat) with oars.

Usage examples:

Out in the bay a small figure was rowing a rubber dinghy
noun

A number of people or things in a more or less straight line.

Usage examples:

Her villa stood in a row of similar ones

Rowel

ˈraʊ(ə)l

Meanings of Rowel:

noun

A spiked revolving disc at the end of a spur.

Usage examples:

Through the fifteenth century rowels became smaller and spur necks became longer.
verb

Use a rowel to urge on (a horse).

Usage examples:

He rowelled his horse on as fast as he could

Meanings of Roweled:

verb

Use a rowel to urge on (a horse).

Usage examples:

He rowelled his horse on as fast as he could
noun

A spiked revolving disc at the end of a spur.

Usage examples:

Through the fifteenth century rowels became smaller and spur necks became longer.

Roweling

ˈraʊ(ə)l

Meanings of Roweling:

verb

Use a rowel to urge on (a horse).

Usage examples:

He rowelled his horse on as fast as he could
noun

A spiked revolving disc at the end of a spur.

Usage examples:

Through the fifteenth century rowels became smaller and spur necks became longer.

Rowelled

ˈraʊ(ə)l

Meanings of Rowelled:

verb

Use a rowel to urge on (a horse).

Usage examples:

He rowelled his horse on as fast as he could
noun

A spiked revolving disc at the end of a spur.

Usage examples:

Through the fifteenth century rowels became smaller and spur necks became longer.

Rowelling

ˈraʊ(ə)l

Meanings of Rowelling:

verb

Use a rowel to urge on (a horse).

Usage examples:

He rowelled his horse on as fast as he could
noun

A spiked revolving disc at the end of a spur.

Usage examples:

Through the fifteenth century rowels became smaller and spur necks became longer.

Rowels

ˈraʊ(ə)l

Meanings of Rowels:

noun

A spiked revolving disc at the end of a spur.

Usage examples:

Through the fifteenth century rowels became smaller and spur necks became longer.
verb

Use a rowel to urge on (a horse).

Usage examples:

He rowelled his horse on as fast as he could

Rowens

ˈraʊən

Meanings of Rowens:

noun

A second growth of grass or hay in one season.

Meanings of Rower:

noun

A person who rows a boat, especially as a member of a racing team.

Usage examples:

The event will encourage young rowers to test their muscles

Rowers

ˈrəʊə

Meanings of Rowers:

noun

A person who rows a boat, especially as a member of a racing team.

Usage examples:

The event will encourage young rowers to test their muscles

Meanings of Rowet:

noun

Grass which grows on cultivated land or pasture after mowing or harvest; (also) coarse, tufted grass growing on wasteland, in ditches, etc. also (as a count noun): a patch or tuft of such grass.

Rowing

ˈrəʊ.ɪŋ

Meanings of Rowing:

noun

The sport or pastime of propelling a boat by means of oars.

Usage examples:

Most athletes do not pick up the sport of rowing until university.
verb

Propel (a boat) with oars.

Usage examples:

Out in the bay a small figure was rowing a rubber dinghy

Rowlock

ˈrɒlək

Meanings of Rowlock:

noun

A fitting on the gunwale of a boat which serves as a fulcrum for an oar and keeps it in place.

Usage examples:

Frequently afterwards, according to the legend, the boat was seen returning to its moorings and the…

Rowlocks

ˈrɒlək

Meanings of Rowlocks:

noun

A fitting on the gunwale of a boat which serves as a fulcrum for an oar and keeps it in place.

Usage examples:

Frequently afterwards, according to the legend, the boat was seen returning to its moorings and the…

Rows

raʊ

Meanings of Rows:

noun

A number of people or things in a more or less straight line.

Usage examples:

Her villa stood in a row of similar ones
verb

Propel (a boat) with oars.

Usage examples:

Out in the bay a small figure was rowing a rubber dinghy

Meanings of Rowths:

noun

Abundance, plenty. also as a count noun: a large quantity.

adjective

Abundant, plentiful; well-supplied; full (of or with something).

Meanings of Roxburgh:

noun

Designating a style of bookbinding designed for the roxburghe club and characterized by a plain flat back in leather with gilt lettering in a border near the head, cloth or paper sides, and the leaves gilt on the head edge with the other edges rough cut. frequently in "roxburghe binding", "roxburghe style".

Meanings of Roxburghe:

noun

Designating a style of bookbinding designed for the roxburghe club and characterized by a plain flat back in leather with gilt lettering in a border near the head, cloth or paper sides, and the leaves gilt on the head edge with the other edges rough cut. frequently in "roxburghe binding", "roxburghe style".

Meanings of Roxy:

noun

Designating a person or thing connected with the roxy theatre opened in new york in 1927 by samuel rothafel.

Roy

ˌrɔɪ əv ðə ˈrəʊ.vəz ˌstʌf

Meanings of Roy:

noun

Used in sports reports to refer to brave and exciting football by a team that has very little chance of being successful, typical of the games in the 1950s comic strip "roy of the rovers"

Royal-icing

ˌrɔɪ.əl ˈaɪ.sɪŋ

Meanings of Royal-icing:

noun

Hard white icing made from icing sugar and the clear part of eggs, usually used to decorate fruitcakes (= cakes containing a lot of dried fruit)

Usage examples:

Royal icing takes a little practice to spread evenly., pipe a royal icing border around the edge of…

Meanings of Royalisation:

noun

Conversion to royalism; the action or process of putting under the control of the crown.

Meanings of Royalise:

verb

To make royal; to invest with a royal character or standing. in later use also: to bring under royal control.

Royalist

ˈrɔɪ.ə.lɪst

Meanings of Royalist:

noun

A person who supports the principle of monarchy or a particular monarchy.

Usage examples:

The royalists believe the monarch is a national icon.
adjective

Giving support to the monarchy.

Usage examples:

The paper claims to be royalist

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