GNU Webster's 1913
- prep. etc. See under Road, Way, etc.
- n. traveling or passing over a road; coming or going; traveling; on the way.
- n. travelling about
“As luck had it, Neil was on the road back from the Shawnee Council Boy Scout camp near Defiance, Ohio.”
“Then the rebels turned on Nuceria, a city southeast of Vesuvius, on the road from Nola to Salerno.”
“He then led the men in a final push north away from the sea more than a hundred miles to the provincial capital at the shabby frontier town of Paura on the road to Persepolis.”
“As he approached the border of Caria, Alexander was met on the road by the former queen, Ada.”
“Tully could see Pap out on the road talking to Harvey Grant, the forest ranger.”
“We also want to thank our editor, Caroline Sutton, who initially saw our vision, and to Mark Gompertz, Chris Lloreda, Marcia Burch, and other publishing team members who rallied the troops at Simon & Schuster and who arranged for the presentation of my publishing life, which won over the sales force and put us on the road to success.”
“Manson is needy and with Von Teese on the road all the time he started losing his mind.”
“But Andie Walsh, sure of herself and her own perception of justice, could put adults on the road to self-awareness.”
“TWO MINUTES LATER, two cud-chewing sheep raised their heads as a bike passed them on the road just outside their fence.”
“Ralph Cordiner was retiring and the new management asked me, in addition to continuing as host of the GE Theater, to go on the road and become a pitchman for General Electric products—in other words, become a salesman.”
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