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- n. Alternative form of roust. (a strong tide or current)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See roust.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete spelling of roast.
- n. A Middle English form of roust.
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After resting for a few minutes, the rost was a perfect medium rare.
At the same time, a long rost rum with narrow jaws develops.
The chicken have come to rost right on top of your heads lol lol lol lol lol lol lol
A feast ensues – huge platters of Islay seafood including sweet crab and a type of kiln-roasted salmon called bradan rost, which beats your usual gelatinous smoked salmon hands down in my opinion.
Mi-ar fii placut mai mult dictatura, unora le trebuie impusa moralitatea, dar pana la urma, la ce rost?
Mai kitteh liked tea…and ice creem…and milk…and rost beast….
May 13th, 2006 at 9: 53 am bob rost says: it looks like Carl & (minnie-me) Hayden.
K I have a great frying pan it is a Rival copper bottom pan, that is lik 12lbs, it is one I can stir fry in, and rost meat and vedge, today I was taking out of the oven and I forgot the oven mitt...
These make many and long dyches in the feeldes, where they keepe fyre with camels doong, and rost or seeth the fleshe that is geuen them, and eate it euen there.
Where we rost some of those, the rest seeth in a pot,