from The Century Dictionary.
- Having roe, as a fish; containing spawn developed to the stage in which it is known as roe.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective (Zoöl.) Filled with roe.
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- adjective zoology Filled with
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Shii LOLd teh entire tiem on teh nawt sekkund roalurkoaster shii roed oanlee had tew be 35 inchiz fur dat wun.
My home was roed by blacks and my car was stolen by blacks, get your own back yard cleaned up and quit haing kids to get a welfare check
Don't Ignore Terrorists Nathaniel Livingston 2006
The voice stopped in midshriek, as Erythrina ze - roed the currently running simulator.
True Names Vinge, Vernor 1984
"The bone of thy knee showing whitely through thy garment is shaped even as the shell of a crab, and the whiteness of the bone from thy knee to thy slender ankle is like a full-roed fish ----"
Leonie of the Jungle Joan Conquest
They come south along the coast from the north of Scotland till they are in their prime (full-roed, fat fish) off Yarmouth in October.
Edward FitzGerald and "Posh" "Herring Merchants" James Blyth
Ven eller Fjende, afvende eders sorgfulde Tog; til Søen I da roed, vendte med Armene 1020 de vilde Bølger, maalde Havveien, med Hænderne brød den, og svam over Havet mens Søen vælted vinterlige Vover; saa paa Vandenes Ryg
The Translations of Beowulf A Critical Bibliography Chauncey Brewster Tinker 1919
He's a great big soft-roed pilchard; that's what he is.
To Win or to Die A Tale of the Klondike Gold Craze George Manville Fenn 1870
She had made a point of insisting upon a brisket of beef and a flat-polled cabbage for dinner every Saturday; and the same, with a "cowcumber," cold on Sunday; and for supper a soft-roed herring, ever since her widowhood.
Co'rn'all, the finest country in all England, and ain't you going to grow into a Cornishman, as all old books says is giants, when you've left off being a poor smooth, soft-roed, gallish-looking creatur ', same as you are now? "
Menhardoc George Manville Fenn 1870
Fresh herrings, full old elders), spara - Beans.roed. gus, wood-bind, Salt salmon.
Gargantua and Pantagruel, Illustrated, Book 4 Fran��ois Rabelais 1518