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  • noun Plural form of rooter.


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  • The great universities have their "rooters" scattered all over the land, and the whole nation is interested in the Thames or Henley races and the

    Society Its Origin and Development

  • Finally the team, accompanied by seventy supporters, -- it was long before the day of "rooters," -- traveled to Detroit and met the

    The University of Michigan

  • The "rooters" were to gather in the court presently, for more cheering, and nobody wanted to miss the sight.

    Saturday's Child

  • The "rooters" were already in place, their leader occasionally leaped into the air like

    Saturday's Child

  • The citizens accompanied it as "rooters," in a special car, with banners lettered "Watch Gopher Prairie Grow," and with the band playing "Smile, Smile, Smile."

    Main Street

  • The "rooters" instead of sitting on benches and occasionally giving their college yells were active participants in the running, dodging, and kicking.

    History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912

  • The team, which was provided with a coach, and about half the "rooters" succeeded, but the rest, Clint and

    Left Tackle Thayer

  • The team started off about noon, but the "rooters", most of whom had eleven-thirty recitations, started an hour later, after a hurried dinner.

    Left Tackle Thayer

  • Although the Rockland "rooters" were on hand to shout for their team, the fact that Camden had Woods and Makune made them cautious about offering bets.

    Frank Merriwell's Cruise

  • And amid howls of support from the "rooters," the game began.

    Five Little Peppers at School


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