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English words containing roads:

Meanings of All roads lead to rome:

phrase

There are many different ways of reaching the same goal or conclusion.

Usage examples:

Just as all roads lead to rome, i decided to join the largest throng.
idiom

Said to mean that all the methods of doing something will achieve the same result in the end

Broads

brɔːd

Meanings of Broads:

noun

A woman.

Usage examples:

I get drunk, follow the pretty broads, and make a fool of myself
proper noun

A network of shallow freshwater lakes, traversed by slow-moving rivers, in norfolk and suffolk. they were formed by the gradual natural flooding of medieval peat diggings.

adjective

Very wide

Usage examples:

He flashed a broad grin at us., the magazine covers a broad range of subjects., he explained it in …

Broadsheet

ˈbrɔːdʃiːt

Meanings of Broadsheet:

noun

A large piece of paper printed with information on one side only.

Usage examples:

I have sent you a broadsheet which surveys our campaigns

Broadside

ˈbrɔːdsʌɪd

Meanings of Broadside:

noun

A fierce verbal attack.

Usage examples:

He launched a broadside against the economic reforms
adverb

With the side turned in a particular direction.

Usage examples:

The yacht was drifting broadside to the wind
verb

Collide with the side of (a vehicle).

Usage examples:

I had to skid my bike sideways to avoid broadsiding her

Meanings of Broadsided:

verb

Collide with the side of (a vehicle).

Usage examples:

I had to skid my bike sideways to avoid broadsiding her
noun

A fierce verbal attack.

Usage examples:

He launched a broadside against the economic reforms
adverb

With the side turned in a particular direction.

Usage examples:

The yacht was drifting broadside to the wind

Meanings of Broadsides:

noun

A fierce verbal attack.

Usage examples:

He launched a broadside against the economic reforms
verb

Collide with the side of (a vehicle).

Usage examples:

I had to skid my bike sideways to avoid broadsiding her
adverb

With the side turned in a particular direction.

Usage examples:

The yacht was drifting broadside to the wind

Broadsiding

ˈbrɔːd.saɪd

Meanings of Broadsiding:

verb

Collide with the side of (a vehicle).

Usage examples:

I had to skid my bike sideways to avoid broadsiding her
noun

A fierce verbal attack.

Usage examples:

He launched a broadside against the economic reforms
adverb

With the side turned in a particular direction.

Usage examples:

The yacht was drifting broadside to the wind

Broadsword

ˈbrɔːdsɔːd

Meanings of Broadsword:

noun

A sword with a wide blade, used for cutting rather than thrusting.

Usage examples:

When he reappeared, he had a small pack as well as a broadsword and two smaller swords meant for co…

Meanings of Broadswords:

noun

A sword with a wide blade, used for cutting rather than thrusting.

Usage examples:

When he reappeared, he had a small pack as well as a broadsword and two smaller swords meant for co…

Meanings of Byroads:

noun

A minor road.

Usage examples:

Today's byroads may have been old lanes or drovers' trails

Meanings of Crossroads:

noun

An intersection of two or more roads.

Usage examples:

Donna accelerated, seeing a crossroads ahead

Meanings of Highroads:

noun

A main road.

Usage examples:

Kilburn high road

Meanings of Inroads:

noun

An instance of something being encroached on or reduced by something else.

Usage examples:

The firm is beginning to make inroads into the uk market
plural noun

Direct and noticeable effects on something

Usage examples:

Women have made major inroads into this profession over the last 20 years.

Make-inroads-into

ˈɪn.rəʊdz

Meanings of Make-inroads-into:

noun

Something that has a noticeable and positive effect on something you are trying to achieve

Usage examples:

The deal marks the first major inroad into the country's domestic market., the grant for a new job-…

Railroads

ˈreɪl.rəʊd

Meanings of Railroads:

noun

A track or set of tracks made of steel rails along which passenger and freight trains run; a railway.

Usage examples:

His uncle works on the railroad
verb

Rush or coerce (someone) into doing something.

Usage examples:

She hesitated, unwilling to be railroaded into a decision

Meanings of Roads:

noun

A wide way leading from one place to another, especially one with a specially prepared surface which vehicles can use.

Usage examples:

A country road

Roadshow

ˈrəʊd.ʃəʊ

Meanings of Roadshow:

noun

A touring show of performers, especially pop musicians.

Usage examples:

Witness the last great rock 'n' roll band demolish an entire city with their million-decibel roadshow

Roadside

ˈrəʊd.saɪd

Meanings of Roadside:

noun

The strip of land beside a road.

Usage examples:

Roadside cafes

Meanings of Roadsider:

noun

A person standing, walking, selling something, etc., on or by the roadside.

Roadsides

ˈrəʊd.saɪd

Meanings of Roadsides:

noun

The strip of land beside a road.

Usage examples:

Roadside cafes

Meanings of Roadsman:

noun

Originally: †a person who pilots a vessel through a road (obsolete). later: a person who is adept at or accustomed to using roads; a driver of a vehicle.

Roadstead

ˈrəʊdstɛd

Meanings of Roadstead:

noun

Another term for road (sense 3).

Meanings of Roadsteads:

noun

Another term for road (sense 3).

Roadster

ˈrəʊdstə

Meanings of Roadster:

noun

An open-top car with two seats.

Usage examples:

I gave him the passenger seat in my morgan roadster, put the top down so he could sit up and see th…

Meanings of Roadstone:

noun

Usually in plural: a stone used for making roads. also as a mass noun: a quantity of this; a type of stone used in road-making.

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