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Custance, a gay and rich widow, whom Ralph Roister Doister wishes to marry, but he is wholly baffled in his scheme.
CHARACTER SKETCHES OF ROMANCE, FICTION AND THE DRAMA, VOL 1THE REV. E. COBHAM BREWER, LL.D.
The title of this comedy is Ralph Roister Doister, a name uncouth enough, and from which we should expect a very barbarous farce.
INTRODUCTION TO THE LITERATURE OF EUROPE IN THE FIFTEENTH, SIXTEENTH, AND SEVENTEENTH CENTURIES, VOL. 1HENRY HALLAM
Roister Doister opens the moveable scenery of domestic life in the metropolis—touched with care, and warm with reality.
AMENITIES OF LITERATUREISAAC DISRAELI
His very roistering became a pose, and his vanity made him roister the more, to make the pose more convincing.
THE HOUSE WITH THE GREEN SHUTTERSGEORGE DOUGLAS BROWN
It is interesting to compare him with Ralph Roister Doister.
THE GROWTH OF ENGLISH DRAMAARNOLD WYNNE
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WORDS RELATED TO ROISTER

  • bound
  • caper
  • carry on
  • cavort
  • cut
  • cut a caper
  • cut loose
  • fool around
  • frisk
  • frolic
  • hop
  • horse around
  • jump
  • kibitz around
  • kick up one's heels
  • lark
  • leap
  • play
  • prance
  • revel
  • roister
  • rollick
  • romp
  • skip
  • sport
  • spring
  • whoop it up
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