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Definition of "roping" [roping]

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

Use "roping" in a sentence
  • "Thank you Democrats for realizing this was a goat roping from the get go."
  • "To a bachelor who wanted six dollars for new leggings, tobacco, and spurs, three dollars were given; the same to another who needed a hat; and to a third, who modestly asked for two dollars, four were given with a flowery-worded compliment anent his prowess in roping"
  • "They were glad that Ranni had had the idea of roping everyone together, Jack hoped that neither of the big Baronians would fall into the river, for he was sure that if they did they would jerk the boys in after them!"