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Even as Hispanics favored Democrats this week, some Republicans wooed them ardently and made surprising inroads.

Still, Ryan opens himself up to needless criticism when he writes how Republicans can make inroads with communities of color.

So what will the Republicans do, and will they find a way to make significant inroads with communities of color?

How the GOP can make inroads in African-American communities.

Each has made inroads among the Democratic-leaning constituencies with whom Republicans must do better.

After ten years of wedded life she died before her parents, having made great inroads upon Gedeon Brunner's property.

He caused his mother sorrow, by a dissolute life and by forcible inroads on the maternal purse.

Engagements and constant requests for his services made great inroads upon his time.

Anciently the Magnetes were utterly extirpated by Treres, a Cimmerian tribe, who for a long period made successful inroads.

This well-favoured and comely girl soon made appreciable inroads upon the emotional constitution of young Farmer Oak.

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On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inroads, such as: wear and tear, abrasion, attrition, damage, depreciation, and deterioration.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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