Definition of Rostered

1. Verb. (past of roster) ¹



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Definition of Rostered

1. roster [v] - See also: roster

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rostered

rosselly
rosser
rossers
rossite
rossmanite
rost
rosted
rostel
rostella
rostellar
rostellate
rostelliform
rostellum
rostellums
roster
rostered (current term)
rostering
rosters
rosting
rostite
rostra
rostrad
rostral
rostral lamina
rostral layer
rostral neuropore
rostral transtentorial herniation
rostralis
rostrally
rostrate

Literary usage of Rostered

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1. Awards, Agreements, Orders, and Decisions Made Under the Industrial by New Zealand Dept. of Labour, New Zealand Industrial Commission (1842)
"A minimum of seven hours' work shall be provided for all men rostered for ... All men shall be rostered in rotation for Sunday work, and shall have an equal ..."

2. Community-based Interventions For Smokers: The Commit Field Experience by Beti Thompson, David M. Burns, William R. Lynn, Donald Shopland (2004)
"Although one community succeeded in in reaching 52 percent of rostered organizations, two sites reached only 10 percent of the organizations. ..."

3. History of Europe from the Fall of Napoleon in 1815 to the Accession of by Archibald Alison (1855)
"... and the great towns, where it was sedulously rostered in pub- n- lie meetings, headed by Whigs and Liberals of all sorts. padf>┬░it.to But much was also ..."

4. Abraham Lincoln and the Men of His Time: His Cause, His Character, and True by Robert Henry Browne (1907)
"... and tailored ornaments of Cabinets and rostered lists of the pay-rolls, as Franklin did with his kites. When Lincoln returned to New Salem from his term ..."

5. Abraham Lincoln and the Men of His Time: His Cause, His Character, and True by Robert Henry Browne (1907)
"... and rostered lists of the pay-rolls, as Franklin did with his kites. When Lincoln returned to New Salem from his term of service in the Legislature he ..."

6. Wild Life in Southern Seas by Louis Becke (1897)
"... ana rostered in the m naturally amiable, hospitable, and intellij can only be accounted for by the bt the sacred source from which it spra the mandate ..."

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