- v. Simple past tense and past participle of roister.
“After Independence, orphaned and alone at seventeen, Jackson apprenticed in the law at Salisbury, North Carolina, and developed a reputation as a wild young man who drank, gambled, and roistered.”
“But already others were speaking, more than one at once, and the wind roistered about and scattered their words out of reach.”
“Harnessed four lions to a chariot, assembled an entourage of magicians, dancing girls, and clowns, and roistered heedlessly.”
“While his chief roistered in Athens and made little trips across the Adriatic to torment me, a colleague, for not achieving my objectives as stated in our agreement.”
“She roistered her phaser and detached her tricorder from her belt.”
“Conan was a gigantic barbarian adventurer who roistered, brawled, and battled his way across half the prehistoric world, to rise at last to the throne of a mighty realm.”
“Conan was a gigantic barbarian adventurer who roistered and brawled and battled his way across half the prehistoric world to rise at last to the kingship of a mighty realm.”
“Maartens, Hendrik Hamel, and the twelve sea-curies of us roistered and bawled in the fisher village while the winter gales whistled across the Yellow Sea.”
“James's profligate metropolis, and roistered it in taverns with Marlowe, to die as Marlowe did, by a footman's sword in a drunken brawl.”
“Something happened in those days which subtly changed the lives of everyone who roistered there.”
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