Definition of Ropery. Meaning of Ropery. Synonyms of Ropery

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Definition of Ropery

Ropery
Ropery Rop"er*y, n. 1. A place where ropes are made. 2. Tricks deserving the halter; roguery. [Obs.] ``Saucy merchant . . . so full of his ropery.' --Shak.

Meaning of Ropery from wikipedia

- ships' cables (i.e. ropes). The ropewalk at Chatham Dockyard (as part of the Ropery or Ropehouse) is still producing rope commercially and has an internal length...
- Ropery Lane is a cricket ground in Chester-le-Street, England round the corner from The Riverside Ground. It is the home of the Chester-le-Street Cricket...
- outside the Ropery at the Chatham Dockyard in Kent were used to film the 1950s civil defence exercise in the series and the upper floors of the Ropery itself...
- which a second (double) dry dock was constructed, along with a sail loft, a ropery and residences for the dockyard officers: all of which were completed by...
- The Ropewalk, originally Halls' Barton Ropery is a former ropewalk in Barton-upon-Humber, North Lincolnshire, first built in 1767. It is a Grade II Listed...
- Station, Borough Market, and the exterior and interior of a warehouse and ropery. Commissioner's House was also used for filming. After the third season...
- Historic Dockyard, where various London street scenes were shot outside the Ropery, an embarkation to France was shot on Anchor Wharf, and the interior of...
- Dockyard Chatham was used for a car chase scene along Slip 5, Museum Square, Ropery Street and Anchor Wharf. Ahead of the release of the film a sequel has been...
- the Tarred Yarn Store as Pimm’s Chop House and the streets around the Ropery to stand in for both a London market and the streets around Girton’s Mill...
- Adrian Mullen, the Westmorland Gazette, 4 May 2007 "Theatrical W****end at Ropery Hall", http://www.the-ropewalk.co.uk, 30 September 2010 Campden Literature...