Definition of 'rove'
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The frosty reception did not stop her becoming a roving ambassador for the store for more than 19 years. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She will be in the studio and roving around the track, looking at horses, casting her critical eye and giving her opinion. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And he is well suited to the role of roving evangelist. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The cameras were roving round the corridors trying to capture it all. The Sun (2011)He will have a prominent, roving role during the campaign. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Female apes learned to chat to each other to help bond in large groups, while males were roving around. The Sun (2008)His tragedy is that he took this to new extremes, racing around the world as a sort of roving ambassador. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I wasn't just roving around. The Sun (2012)And the rest of his roving band of guerrilla warriors are no better - they're all kind of useless. The Sun (2009)The Sun told last month how she was caught by the tech giant's roving cameras as she took bins out. The Sun (2016)The pair's faces were beamed on to a giant heart-shaped screen by a roving camera which flashes up live pictures of spectators. The Sun (2013)But despite losing that post he's reinvented himself as a sort of roving ambassador at your expense - specialising in nice warm countries with good golf courses. The Sun (2011)
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