verb (used with object), ro·queted [roh-keyd] /roʊˈkeɪd/, ro·quet·ing [roh-key-ing] /roʊˈkeɪ ɪŋ/.
verb (used without object), ro·queted [roh-keyd] /roʊˈkeɪd/, ro·quet·ing [roh-key-ing] /roʊˈkeɪ ɪŋ/.
Origin of roquet
Examples from the Web for roquet
If a rover in roquet-croqueting hit another ball, it may accept or decline the roquet.
To make a point a ball must either make a step on the grand round or roquet another ball.
A ball may be hit and moved by concussion before a roquet as well as after one.
Yes; but not so that B's position after the roquet shall be improved.
A roquet, but no other hit, entitles to the privileges of croquet.