drover drover  /d ˈroʊ vər/


  • (n) someone who drives a herd



  1. To lend a scent of sagebrush to his first western, Leone changed his name to Bob Robertson and imported Clint Eastwood, a lanky, rawboned drover on TV's Rawhide.
  2. But if Laing is the drover's wife of Australian photography, Bill Henson is its Caravaggio.


  • Francis appointed as Drovers basketball assistant

    After being named head coach at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, Vinson Metcalf did not take long to determine who his right-hand man would be. He chose former Hillcat Chris Francis to join the Drover family.
    on July 2, 2013     Source: The Express-Star


  • "There wasn't a magical vibe -- it wasn't like I went in there and started writing Money or something like that," Mustaine says. "I think even more significant was the fact that I'd rented John Bonham's drum kit for Shawn (Drover) to play on....
    on May 10, 2008 By: Dave Mustaine Source: Canada.com

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