Verb(1) pass a rope through(2) pass through a hole or opening(3) fasten by passing through a hole or around something(4) move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment
(1) An avid antiquer, Peggy loves to rove the nearby town of Essex for one-of-a-kind furniture and accessories.(2) When drunk they would rove the streets of London, molesting fair damsels and burning down buildings as a lark.(3) She allowed her gaze to rove over the gentleman, in some odd mix of sizing him up, and curiosity at this stranger from another time.(4) a new exhibit will electrify campuses on its national rove(5) He followed them as best he could around the hold and saw them rove back and forth, as if searching for something.(6) The series was one of the first to rove the world, shooting its exteriors in such exotic locations as Madrid, Acapulco, Marrakesh, Rome, Tokyo, Mexico City and even Las Vegas.(7) All eyes rove for something catchy at a handicrafts exhibition - for something utilitarian that will appeal to your aesthetic sense too.(8) Geoffrey allowed his eyes to rove over her body, taking in her silver-blue eyes and long, curling blonde hair.(9) She watched his eyes rove quickly over her body, and she smiled at his look of surprise.(10) Maybe you have never even been to the corporate headquarters, and you rove the globe packing a laptop that connects to your company's headquarters.(11) No matter how far they rove or how big and strong they grow, there comes a day when they abandon the sea and seek again their high mountain place of birth.(12) The opportunity to knock somebody out quietly or take a hostage is not often present since enemies tend to rove in groups.(13) Each nail was driven through the two planks, the rove was placed over the end of the nail, and the point was knocked down over the rove to ├ö├ç├┐clench├ö├ç├û the two planks together.(14) Different animals rove through their hunting grounds.(15) He continued to allow his gaze to rove over the gleaming blade, menacingly sharp, as well as its well-decorated hilt.(16) It could, of course, deploy a huge army of monitors to rove about the countryside checking the actions of every farmer, but this would be very costly.