[roo-ter, roo t-er]
Origin of rooter1
[roo-ter or, sometimes, roo t-er]
- a person who roots for, supports, or encourages a team or contestant.
- a loyal and enthusiastic helper, follower, or supporter.
Origin of rooter2
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Examples from the Web for rooter
Has it been this rooter and grunter that's been bothering us right along?Chums of the Camp Fire
Lawrence J. Leslie
Thus he reports hearing a rooter shout, "Take orf that pitcher!"
It is safe to assume that what the rooter actually said was, "Ta-ake 'im out!"
When roar once again subsided into waiting suspense a strong-lunged Wayne rooter yelled, “Watch him run!”The Young Pitcher
There were four of us by this time, his granddaughter and the Reed "rooter," besides the Canton man and myself.Stories That End Well</p>