verb (used with object)
Origin of ross
Definition for ross (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for ross
“We had thought that Ross was going to have to live on Social Security and that was that,” Stuart said.
Ross has cerebral palsy, and the Pathways to Careers initiative of SourceAmerica helped him get his position.
Before Pathways, Ross had significant trouble finding a job.
Worse, all of this mugging business reminds Ross of when he was mugged as a child.
Rachel starts dating a guy named Russ, and would you believe that he bears a striking resemblance to Ross?
They are frequently (and on valid linguistic grounds) lumped with the Bannock, as was done by Ross.Shoshone-Bannock Subsistence and Society|Robert F. Murphy
Mr. Ross invited Clement to sit with them, as she hoped he would.The Spirit of Sweetwater|Hamlin Garland
Ross realized that he must have missed something, not that it mattered.The Time Traders|Andre Norton
Ross himself had little idea of their surroundings, but one small portion of his brain asked answerless questions.
Ross pictured the interior layout of the ships he had known.