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Rally racers like AWD because it helps their over-powered cars accelerate on gravel and dirt paths.
I co-drove an AWD car to victory in a 24-hour race, and in the rain I enjoyed how the car accelerated off the corners.
AWD is great at aiding accelerating on slick surfaces and keeping a vehicle moving on snowy roads.
His well-known poem, "Awd Isaac," seems to have been first printed at Northallerton in 1831.
I should do; I fancy I've—I awd say it's what gentlemen aften are unless their mammies whipped 'em as lads.
Aw walk'd aat when awd heeard that, for aw thowt he might happen be a ostler, but blow me if he wor fit for an auctioneer.
But awd have thee to know at tha'rt net as young as tha used to be, an its abaat time tha wor thinkin o' thi latter end.
If awd to come hooam wi mi neck brokken tha'd declare at Jerrymier had had his brokken monny a time, an seemed to enjoy it!
On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to AWD, such as: 4wd, 4x4, all-wheel drive, four by four, and sport utility vehicle.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.