a revolver or pistol.
Other definitions for Roscoe (2 of 2)
a male given name: from Germanic words meaning “swift” and “horse.”
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How to use roscoe in a sentence
Finally pushed to his limit, roscoe flees home in a mini skirt and crop top, gets a job at a bar and dreams of living well enough to exact revenge on his family.HBO Max’s Bold, Witty and Wrenching AIDS Drama It’s a Sin Is the First Must-See Show of 2021 | Judy Berman | February 18, 2021 | Time
So quipped U.S. Sen. roscoe Conkling of New York 130 years ago.
In January, Bernie Cervantes Villegas, 36, and roscoe Cambridge, 29, were killed in separate incidents.Amid Days of Riots, Residents Wonder If Anaheim is Most Dangerous Place on Earth | Maria Elena Fernandez | July 26, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Dr. roscoe Brown, 87, squadron commander of the 332nd Fighter Group, tells Marlow Stern about being a real Tuskegee Airman.Dr. Roscoe Brown, A Real-Life Tuskegee Airman, Tells His ‘Red Tails’ Story | Marlow Stern | January 19, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
So many to pick from, but one restaurant really has a piece of my heart, literally: roscoe's Chicken Waffles.
William roscoe, an English biographer and miscellaneous writer, died.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology | Joel Munsell
"And yet I have imagined that you knew her pretty well, and that Mr. roscoe knew her even better—perhaps," she said suggestively.
Now that I know all concerning roscoe's past life, I can imagine that this recital must have been swords at his heart.
I saw that Galt roscoe wished to speak to me on the subject perplexing him, but I did not help him.
But if he married Ruth, disaster would come—roscoe himself acknowledged that she held the key of his fortunes.