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Meanings of Routeway:

noun

A line of travel or passage.

Meanings of Routeways:

noun

A line of travel or passage.

Meanings of Routh:

noun

Abundance, plenty. also as a count noun: a large quantity.

adjective

Abundant, plentiful; well-supplied; full (of or with something).

Meanings of Routhy:

adjective

Plentifully supplied with something; well-provided; abundant, plentiful; prosperous.

Meanings of Routier:

noun

A member of a band of mercenaries in france in the late medieval period.

Usage examples:

The widely scattered bands of plundering routiers

Meanings of Routinary:

adjective

Characterized by an adherence to routine; of or relating to routine; mechanical, unvaried; (of a person) that acts according to routine.

Meanings of Routine:

noun

A sequence of actions regularly followed.

Usage examples:

I settled down into a routine of work and sleep
adjective

Performed as part of a regular procedure rather than for a special reason.

Usage examples:

The ministry insisted that this was just a routine annual drill
verb

Organize according to a routine.

Usage examples:

All had been routined with smoothness

Meanings of Routineer:

noun

A person who acts according to routine; specifically one who adheres to an established or prescribed way of doing something, without recourse to innovation or imagination (frequently depreciative).

Routineness

ruːˈtiːnnəs

Meanings of Routineness:

noun

Dull regularity of events or actions.

Usage examples:

The routineness of life

Routing

ruːt

Meanings of Routing:

verb

Defeat and cause to retreat in disorder.

Usage examples:

In a matter of minutes the attackers were routed
noun

A way or course taken in getting from a starting point to a destination.

Usage examples:

The scenic route from florence to siena

Meanings of Routinish:

adjective

Of the nature of or characterized by routine; lacking variation, monotonous.

Meanings of Routinism:

noun

The prevalence or domination of routine.

Usage examples:

This routinism extends to most of the performances, though plummer, domini blythe as goneril and go…

Meanings of Routinize:

verb

Make (something) into a matter of routine; subject to a routine.

Usage examples:

Communication was routinized to ensure consistency of information

Routinized

ruːˈtiːnʌɪz

Meanings of Routinized:

verb

Make (something) into a matter of routine; subject to a routine.

Usage examples:

Communication was routinized to ensure consistency of information

Routinizes

ruːˈtiːnʌɪz

Meanings of Routinizes:

verb

Make (something) into a matter of routine; subject to a routine.

Usage examples:

Communication was routinized to ensure consistency of information

Routinizing

ruːˈtiːnʌɪz

Meanings of Routinizing:

verb

Make (something) into a matter of routine; subject to a routine.

Usage examples:

Communication was routinized to ensure consistency of information

Meanings of Routous:

adjective

Originally: disorderly, tumultuous; unruly, noisy. in later use: (law) of or relating to assembly in a rout; (of an assembly) of the nature of rout; (of a person) taking part in a rout.

Meanings of Routously:

adverb

In a disorderly or tumultuous manner; (later also) in such a manner as to form a rout.

Routs

raʊt

Meanings of Routs:

noun

A disorderly retreat of defeated troops.

Usage examples:

The retreat degenerated into a rout
verb

Defeat and cause to retreat in disorder.

Usage examples:

In a matter of minutes the attackers were routed

Roux

ruː

Meanings of Roux:

noun

A mixture of fat (especially butter) and flour used in making sauces.

Usage examples:

His recipe has you make a roux of five tablespoons each flour and butter, to which you add one and …

Meanings of Rove:

verb

Travel constantly without a fixed destination; wander.

Usage examples:

He spent most of the 1990s roving about the caribbean
noun

A journey, especially one with no specific destination; an act of wandering.

Usage examples:

A new exhibit will electrify campuses on its national rove

Roved

rəʊv

Meanings of Roved:

verb

Travel constantly without a fixed destination; wander.

Usage examples:

He spent most of the 1990s roving about the caribbean
noun

A journey, especially one with no specific destination; an act of wandering.

Usage examples:

A new exhibit will electrify campuses on its national rove

Rover

ˈrəʊvə

Meanings of Rover:

noun

A person who spends their time wandering.

Usage examples:

They became rovers who departed further and further from civilization

Rovers

ˈrəʊvə

Meanings of Rovers:

noun

A person who spends their time wandering.

Usage examples:

They became rovers who departed further and further from civilization

Meanings of Roves:

verb

Travel constantly without a fixed destination; wander.

Usage examples:

He spent most of the 1990s roving about the caribbean
noun

A journey, especially one with no specific destination; an act of wandering.

Usage examples:

A new exhibit will electrify campuses on its national rove

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