Synonyms for rd

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


"And it's boun' to'rd Whittlecup, I declare," added Mrs. Ogden.

After a day in this town the journey was continued to Rd and Melvar.

I've he'rd that there won't be money enough to pay his debts.

Se e cann ra stafa gescead, he hera heora fgernysse, and rd a stafas, and understent hwt h gemna.

I conceive that Rbck may have obtained its name from this red sediment, from rd red, and bck a rivulet.

Arduous, rd′ū-us, adj. deep, difficult to climb: difficult to accomplish: laborious.

Picard, pik′rd, n. a high shoe for men, introduced from France about 1720.

Oh yes, I've he'rd o' yo're stand-off ways wi' him; but a mon 'ull ha' some satisfaction from the woman he feeds and clothes.

Subtract 21⁄3rd times the difference of the temperature of the mercury.

That bared our own Division's left flank, and is the reason why the  —rd Brigade had such a bad time and lost so many guns.