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Definition of "rooking" []

  • Present participle of rook. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "rooking" in a sentence
  • "'rooking' young college lads; -- and when a church in a seaport town stands empty every Sunday, with its bells ringing in vain, because the congregation which should fill it, know that their so-called 'holy man' is a rascal!"
  • "Intrigued by Mr. Madoff's success in rooking the Wiesels and countless other innocents, Ms. Margolin spun a script out of her fascination and took it to Theater J, a drama company in Washington that specializes in plays on Jewish subjects."
  • "Carl Landry, the rooking Harris is replacing, looking sharp in a suit on the bench (resting up for the Lakers this weekend)."
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