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rone

/ ˈronˌpəɪp; ron; ˈrəʊnˌpaɪp; rəʊn /

noun

  1. a drainpipe or gutter for carrying rainwater from a roof


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Word History and Origins

Origin of rone1

C19: origin unknown
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Example Sentences

To rone between Jamaica and dis wid goods—passengers—one trader to be.

The name was formerly spelled this way and the last syllable pronounced rone.

Herevpon a great councell was kept in the castell of Rone, and manie doubts mooued, and few weightie things out of hand concluded.

On that side towards the sea, the king lodged with his field, and the duke of Clarence on the further side towards Rone.

The news of this bloudie battell being reported to the French king as then soiourning at Rone, filled the court full of sorrow.

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