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|Ropery||(n.) Tricks deserving the halter; roguery. ...|
|Ropewalk||(a.) A long, covered walk, or a low, level ...|
|Ropewalker||(n.) A ropedancer. ...|
|Ropily||(adv.) In a ropy manner; in a viscous or ...|
|Ropiness||(n.) Quality of being ropy; viscosity. ...|
|Roping||(p. pr. & vb. n.) of Rope ...|
|Ropish||(a.) Somewhat ropy. ...|
|Ropy||(a.) capable of being drawn into a thread, as ...|
|Roquelaure||(n.) A cloak reaching about to, or just below, ...|
|Roquet||(v. t.) To hit, as another's ball, with one's ...|
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