Origin of roger
Definition for roger (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for roger
On Friday, she sacked Roger Goodell, basically asking: “Hey Commissioner, ever hear of double-jeopardy?”
When Roger first heard what happened and saw the tape he was shocked, truly shocked, and outraged.
To this day, Bush media maven Roger Ailes adamantly denies that he or the campaign had any role in the Willie Horton mug shot ad.
A local radio personality named Roger Fredinburg remembers getting a call to see if he wanted to host a show at the new station.
The beloved Mr. Roger's premiered in 1968, opening a door to television that didn't speak down to children.
This eighteenth-century Colonial narrative gives a vivid description of Roger's Rangers.A Mother's List of Books for Children|Gertrude Weld Arnold
That evening Roger was sitting beside his wife alone, caressing the thin hand that returned the fond pressure.A Little Girl in Old Washington|Amanda M. Douglas
"Radar bridge here," Roger's voice chimed in softly on the speaker.Stand by for Mars!|Carey Rockwell
A man going into battle might look, so she thought, as Roger Ormiston looked now—very stern and strained.The History of Sir Richard Calmady|Lucas Malet
"I am glad he got it, since it pleases him," said Phil to Roger, and the senator's son nodded in agreement.Dave Porter and His Rivals|Edward Stratemeyer