Synonyms for fro
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRO
The Mastodon rocked to and fro on his huge feet, embarrassedly.
Now—there stood the wall, there stood the ash-trees and their tops were waving to and fro.
The whole current of the company's traffic to and fro passed under my eye.
There was a great passing to and fro in Vicksburg, but its lights were dim.
You had better not come to and fro, but wait till you hear from me.'
The Cardinal had again begun to walk to and fro with thoughtful step.
Others were walking slowly to and fro, and conversing in undertones.
While speaking in this fashion she walked to and fro, rocking the baby in her arms.
And for a day or two there had been busy riding to and fro among the neighbors.
And thus she sat and thus he stood as the questions and answers passed to and fro.
"away, backwards," c.1200, North English and Scottish dialectal fra, Midlands dialect fro, from Old Norse fra "from" (see from).