Meaning of roamer in English:


Pronunciation /ˈrəʊmə/


See roam

‘They were uncentered roamers, like gypsies moving over a space incomprehensibly large to a European eye.’
  • ‘Whilst his dad was also a midfielder roamer, all left foot and direct, Jason is a natural right-footer who has a go when the nets are within shooting distance.’
  • ‘You are a roamer and need adventure, excitement, and freedom.’
  • ‘Every day this spring, they will scour the seas for transient killer whales - roamers who prey in packs and count as the deadliest of their species.’
  • ‘Though a roamer, he didn't put any moves on me that felt uncomfortable.’