A few funny things happened this spring as the U.S. hurtled along the road to fiscal degeneracy.
Production expenses: equipment rental, lights, lighting board, van rental, trailer rental, road cases, backline.
The only road trip where you may happen to lose brain cells while watching.
It would fit in the canon of raunchy teen comedies alongside American Pie and road Trip.
The funnel swerved off the road and came sweeping up the hillside toward them.
Turning his head quickly, he saw two men on the opposite side of the road.
And she ran on and told all the other labourers on the road to say the same.
On every road and trail leading from the city, Marine hunted Cacos.
A little further on, there was another, from the opposite side of the road.
As he passed along the road a woman was pounding away in front of him.
Old English rad "riding expedition, journey, hostile incursion," from Proto-Germanic *raido (cf. Old Frisian red "ride," Old Saxon reda, Middle Dutch rede, Old High German reita "foray, raid"), from PIE *reidh- "to ride" (see ride (v.)). Also related to raid (n.). In Middle English, "a riding, a journey;" sense of "open way for traveling between two places" is first recorded 1590s. Meaning "narrow stretch of sheltered water" is from early 14c. (e.g. Hampton Roads in Virginia).
Modern spelling established 18c. In 19c. U.S. use, often meaning "railroad." On the road "travelling" is from 1640s. Road test (n.) is from 1906; as a verb from 1937. Road hog is attested from 1886; road rage is from 1988. Road map is from 1786; road trip is by 1950, originally of baseball teams.
(1 Sam. 27:10; R.V., "raid"), an inroad, an incursion. This word is never used in Scripture in the sense of a way or path.