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verb as in send along a path

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An additonal 30,000 made it to Europe by other routes including commercial flights and dangerous overland passages.

In Mosul, foreign fighters have left, the city is flooded with refugees and supply routes are cut off.

He holds them on his belly and looks at them with a magnifying glass, studying possible escape routes.

However, today, many of the artisans also come via more traditional routes, such as art colleges and even technical schools.

In fact, evidence shows that there are many routes to recovery, and most of them take place outside those realms.

They were placed on the post routes in 1785, and their use became general throughout England.

The fact that there are no routes mapped out, and no chalets or club shelters to sleep in, does not trouble men of that kind.

I am vastly complaisant, amuse myself in Routes and private parties and play shilling Whist with the most edifying resignation.

Although the different sections under the duke's command might move by different routes, they would all meet in the end.

It dominates the two only routes of communication between the most important towns of the region.


On this page you'll find 61 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to routes, such as: program, direction, way, course, track, and passage.

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