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Roustabout

Roust´a`bout`
n.1.A laborer, especially a deck hand, on a river steamboat, who moves the cargo, loads and unloads wood, and the like; in an opprobrious sense, a shiftless vagrant who lives by chance jobs.
Noun1.roustabout - a member of a ship's crew who performs manual labor
Synonyms: deckhand
bakehead, black gang, blue-collar worker, boilerman, breadwinner, bungs, cabin boy, casual, casual laborer, chips, commissary steward, common laborer, complement, day laborer, deckhand, deckie, docker, dockhand, employee, factory worker, fireman, flunky, free lance, free-lancer, full-time worker, gun loader, gunner, hand, hospital steward, industrial worker, jobber, jobholder, laborer, laboring man, landing signalman, loader, longshoreman, mail orderly, menial, migrant, moiler, navigator, navvy, office temporary, oiler, operative, proletarian, purser, radio operator, salaried worker, self-employed person, servant, snip, snips, sparks, stevedore, steward, stewardess, stiff, stoker, temporary, toiler, torpedoman, wage earner, wage slave, wageworker, watch, wharf hand, worker, workgirl, workhand, working girl, workingman, workingwoman, workman, yeoman
Browse
Roundtop
roundup
Roundure
Roundworm
Roundy
Roup
Rous
Rousant
Rouse
Rouser
Rousing
Rousingly
Rousseau
Rousseauan
Roussette
Roust
-- Roustabout --
Rout
Rout cake
rout out
rout up
Route
route flapping
routed
routeing
routeing domain
routemarch
Router
router plane
Routhe
Routinary
Routine
routinely
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