The Collaborative International Dictionary
Rote \Rote\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Roted; p. pr. & vb. n.
To learn or repeat by rote. [Obs.]
Usage examples of "roted".
His vanes made a quiet burring noise as he roted through the gas towards them.
He roted as far back in his dent-seat as he could while the ship shuddered again and another salvo, from each side of the vessel this time, lanced forwards to the distant target.
Dweller roted back a fraction, creating small roils of smoke in the haze.
A few tiny double discs drifted away from the stricken war craft and roted away or just fell, some trailing smoke.
Dweller roted carefully over to the broken window, keeping the gun trained on the smoking remains of the little craft as he approached.