Definitions

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  • n. grog

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Grog.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A strong liquor: same as rum or rumbullion.
  • n. Rope stolen from a dockyard.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Ella vagaba sin rumbo en diferentes secciones de Huancayo.

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  • Porque junto a mi, en verdad, no existe nadie que me marque un rumbo, porque tengo la avidéz de un perro viejo, sé callar lo nuestro, porque sé que en el amor nos entendemos;

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  • Tan importante como ello es que tendremos una fuerte base de activistas para llamar a la gente a votar y darle un nuevo rumbo a nuestro país.

    Gerald McEntee: Oigamos a los Votantes de Puerto Rico

  • Salió Gregorio Cortez, salió con rumbo a Laredo, no lo quisieron seguir porque le tuvieron miedo.

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  • Fuera lo que fuera, no supimos, ni pudimos enderezar el rumbo de este apasionante proyecto.

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  • Por eso, necesitamos una dirección bien identificada por todos y que sea la única que marque el rumbo, el ritmo y la profundidad en la defensa de la voluntad popular y de la libertad de elección.

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  • After analyzing where poverty rates were going under Chavez and determining that they were not going in the right direction, I decided to look into the opinions of others, more credible than I, as to the “rumbo” of Venezuela in other ways.

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  • Dentro de un rato salgo para el aeropuerto, rumbo a mi Guadalajara luminosa.

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  • Being without the sphere of his vision, he securely pilfered his tobacco, drank his rumbo, made wry faces, and, to use the vulgar phrase, cocked his eye at him, to the no small entertainment of the spectators, Mr. Pickle himself not excepted, who gave evident tokens of uncommon satisfaction at the dexterity of this marine p pantomime.

    The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle

  • Three of the travellers, who arrived on horseback, having seen their cattle properly accommodated in the stable, agreed to pass the time, until the weather should clear up, over a bowl of rumbo, which was accordingly prepared.

    The Life and Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves

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    May 8, 2014

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    May 8, 2014

  • The pirate life was quite fulfilling

    For young men able and willing

    To eat up their gumbo

    Drink down their rumbo

    Then do some good-natured killing.

    May 7, 2014