The roustabout with a nervous gasp vanished in the darkness.
I want a slush-bucket and a brush; I'm only fit for a roustabout.
One was eighteen years old, a ship-caulker; and another was a roustabout of seventeen.
This for the feet, or the head, of the first roustabout that shows himself!
I was housemaid and roustabout from sunrise to weary sunset.
He encountered the hunter, Deming, and asked after the roustabout.
Socrates was really the first peripatetic philosopher, but he was a roustabout.
He had four hours off, and he meant to make an opportunity of talking to the roustabout.
Like a provident negro, having stowed away all his trappings, he appeared as a roustabout on a Western steamer.
The roustabout woke with a shudder, flinching under Rainey's hand.
A general laborer, esp an oil-rig worker (1948+)