Origin of Rasta
Words nearby Rasta
How to use Rasta in a sentence
Red Stripe, an inexpensive Jamaican export, gained popularity in the U.S. in lockstep with reggae and Rasta.
I had offered him a mortal insult and stirred up a worse hornet's nest than Rasta's push.
If Rasta had got you, or the Germans had had the job of lifting you, your goose would have been jolly well cooked.
If I hadn't come mewing like a tom-cat at your heels yesterday, Rasta would have had you long before you got to your hotel.
He had never let go of the tray, and now, as a boy skims a stone on a pond, he skimmed it with its contents at Rasta's head.
At all costs we had to keep Rasta safe, but I was very determined that he should not be handed over to the lady.