- n. Plural form of road.
- n. a partly sheltered anchorage
“Back from the skidways, into the woods the swampers cut rough, narrow roads called _dray roads_ or travoy roads, -- mere trails sufficiently cleared of brush to allow a team of horses to pull”
“The outrage about all the roads is a silly distraction because THERE IS NO MONEY TO PAY FOR THEM, which wasn't mentioned by Erica or the bike club.”
“Virtually the totality of the Japanese programs was what we call roads and bridges," he says.”
“The four greys were fresh horses, in good condition and with a light load behind them, so, notwithstanding the bad state of the tracks which they call roads in South Africa, John made good progress.”
“In Western Virginia the state of the roads is already such as to forbid the idea of further campaigning for the present.”
“We woke up pretty early for the island style of life we had become custom to and began the journey on the baht bus along what they call roads and we would describe as a death trap.”
“Using those roads is a risky behavior that warrants extra insurance to cover losses caused by uninsured motorists.”
“Driving on public roads is a de facto requirement of living.”
“The main roads are good and beautiful no point going back on the dirt roads and very isolated roads.”
“Most importantly, the tasting rooms are placed prominently next to main roads so that wandering tourists will stop inside and spend their money.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘roads’.
In keeping with my other Prosies (like this one). There were a number of phrases as well as words in this speech that I found particularly compelling.
My fellow citizens: I stand here ...
Looking for tweets for roads.