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road (ROHD) (noun)
An open, generally public way for the passage of vehicles, people, and animals: There was a great debate in the city council about imposing a tax on the new road that was built.
rode (ROHD) (verb)
1. To have traveled in a vehicle or on an animal: Dorothy and Myrna rode the horses back to the camp in the valley.

Rodney and Norman rode in the back seat of the jeep.

2. To have been secured or moored: The ship rode at anchor in the harbor.
3. To have survived, usually accompanied by the word "out": By careful management, Earl rode out the previous economic downturn.
rowed (ROHD) (verb)
To have moved or propelled a boat through the use of oars or polls: Jeff and Chad rowed the gondola safely to shore.

Jerry rode along as Wayne rowed the boat from the island to the lakeside road.

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(Greek: way, a going, a traveling; road, path)
(Latin: way, road, path)
(Latin: a by-road, a turn away, go in different directions; branching away from)
(two roads diverged or separated and went in different directions according to Robert Frost)
Word Entries containing the term: “road
Seen on a highway sign.
This entry is located in the following unit: Pleonasms or Tautological Redundancies (page 4)
frontage road
A road that parallels a larger highway and provides access to communities, stores, etc.

Frontage or service roads limit the number of entrance and exit points onto a major roadway, reducing conflicts and improving safety.

This entry is located in the following unit: front-, fronto- (page 2)
Poem: The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost
A famous poem which is often quoted is Robert Frost's "The Road not Taken" which indicates that we must make choices in life even if the decision is not what we anticipated.
This entry is located in the following unit: Poems: Index (page 1)