Other definitions for rooter (2 of 2)
a person who roots for, supports, or encourages a team or contestant.
a loyal and enthusiastic helper, follower, or supporter.
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How to use rooter in a sentence
An 11-year-old girl from India this week became the world's fastest-ever square rooter.
It is a deep rooter, fine large plant and a nice, solid berry, and I have never seen any blight or rust on the plants.
From behind the other closed doors, the merry voices of the checker-players and rooter grew very audible.V. V.'s Eyes | Henry Sydnor Harrison
I couldn't tell you why, but there was hate of us as sailor-men in the very turn of the rooter's body as he walked the deck.The Last Entry | William Clark Russell
You are a very useful rooter up of error, Baldwin; but you leave one's soul as dry and barren and useless as sea shingle.Belcaro | Vernon Lee
When roar once again subsided into waiting suspense a strong-lunged Wayne rooter yelled, “Watch him run!”The Young Pitcher | Zane Grey