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Roistering: 1. To engage in boisterous merrymaking,or to revel noisly.2. To behave in a blusting or swaggering manner.

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Google previewEncyclopedia Of Freemasonry (Extended Annotated Edition) (2013)

by Albert G. Mackey

and these crowds began tohoot and throwstones andtorun through processions, andto break themup; and there grew upthe customof holding "mock" processions,roistering, ribald,derisive, coarse, in order toridicule somethingor somebody.

Google previewDictionary of phrase and fable. [A dictionary of English literature] by W.D. Adams, with additions (1885)

by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer, William Davenport Adams

A reckless, roistering, jolly ...

Google previewDictionary Appendix & Orthographer (1856)

Cont. Upwards of 7000 Words Not Found in the Dictionary; Comprising the Particles of Verbs ...

Roister, j roistered, roistering Romp, romped, romping . Roof, roofed, roofing Rook, rooked, rooking . • Roost, roosted, roosting . Root, rooted, rooting . . Rosin, rosined, rosining . Rot, rotted, rotting . . . Rough, roughed, roughing Roughcast, ...

Google previewNew Oxford Rhyming Dictionary (2012)

roistering . muttering . gathering .woolgathering . blithering . flavouring (US flavoring), unwavering . quivering . manoeuvring (US maneuvering) . covering .wallcovering . Goering ...

Google previewA Concise Etymological Dictionary of the English Language (1900)

by Walter William Skeat

roistering, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Modern Slang, Cant, and Vulgar Words (1860)

Used at the Present Day in the Streets of London, the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, the Houses of Parliament, the Dens of St. Giles, and the Palaces of St. James : Preceded by a History of Cant and Vulgar Language : with Glossaries of Two Secret Languages, Spoken by the Wandering Tribes of London, the Costermongers, and the Patterers by John Camden Hotten

BATTER, " on the batter," literally " on the streets," or given up to roistering and debauchery. BATTLES, the students' term at Oxford for rations. At Cambridge, COMMONS. BAWDYKEN, a brothel.— See ken.

Google previewThe Ladies' Lexicon and Parlour Companion (1870)

Containing Nearly Every Word in the English Language and Exhibiting the Plurals of Nouns and the Participles of Verbs ... Adapted to the Use of ... Schools by William Grimshaw

roisting, roistering; past, roisted, roistered: s. roister. ROLL. v. To move by volutation ...

Google previewA Stem Dictionary of the English Language (1890)

For Use in Elementary Schools by John Kennedy

Rus — the country ; rwstic, roistering. L. rus. Russ — reddish ; rwsset. L. rwssus. Sac (sacc) — sack. L. saccus. Sacchar — sugar ; saccharine. G. saccharon. Sacerclot — priest ; sacerdotal (belonging to a priest). L. soeer- dos, sacerdotis.

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Scrabble value of R1O1I1S1T1E1R1I1N1G2

The value of this 10-letter word is 11 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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