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  1. puhekieltä The act of riding on horseback. (defdate)

  2. puhekieltä A hostile ride against a particular area; a raid. (defdate)

  3. 1596, (w), The Faerie Queene, VI.8:

  4. There dwelt a salvage nation, which did live / Of stealth and spoile, and making nightly rode / Into their neighbours borders .
  5. puhekieltä A partly sheltered area of water near a shore in which vessels may ride at anchor. (defdate)

  6. 1630, (w), True Travels, in Kupperman 1988, page 38:

  7. There delivering their fraught, they went to Scandaroone; rather to view what ships was in the Roade, than any thing else ....
  8. A way used for travelling between places, originally one wide enough to allow foot passengers and horses to travel, now usually one surfaced with asphalt or concrete and designed to accommodate many vehicles travelling in both directions. (defdate)

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  11. puhekieltä A path chosen in life or career. (defdate)

  12. Ronald Reagan: A Time for Choosing (1964).

  13. Where, then, is the road to peace?
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  15. An underground tunnel in a mine. (defdate)

  16. puhekieltä A railway or puhekieltä a single railway track. (defdate)

  17. puhekieltä A journey, or stage of a journey.

  18. Shakespeare

  19. With easy roads he came to Leicester.
  20. A way or route.

  21. Charles Dickens, Little Dorrit

  22. He stirred up his hair with his sprightliest expression, glanced at the little figure again, said ‘Good evening, ma ‘am; don’t come down, Mrs Affery, I know the road to the door,’ and steamed out.