rope[ rohp ]SEE DEFINITION OF rope
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ROPE
He bore still around him the rope that was to save the rest.
And he brought the mare to a halt by jerking the rope around her neck.
She'll buy her some spurs and try to rope and cut out and help brand.
I can feel the cold of the water yet, and your rope settling over my shoulders.
Over his shoulder he carried a bag, tied round and round with a rope.
She would give him plenty of rope, she decided, not try to drive him.
I should think it wasn't over three and three-quarter-inch rope.
Every rope and bolt in the craft was tried to the utmost, but all stood!
There was nothing very near me, not even a bit of wood, or a rope.
One day the captain fell foul of him, and beat him with a rope severely.