Definition of Abroads

1. abroad [n] - See also: abroad



Lexicographical Neighbors of Abroads

abridges
abridging
abridgment
abridgments
abrim
abrin
abrine
abrins
abris
abristle
abroach
abroached
abroaches
abroaching
abroad
abroads (current term)
abrocome
abrocomes
abrogable
abrogate
abrogated
abrogates
abrogating
abrogation
abrogations
abrogative
abrogator
abrogators
abrood
abrook

Literary usage of Abroads

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Debates in the House of Commons in 1625 by Great Britain Parliament. House of Commons, Samuel Rawson Gardiner (1873)
"... but Princes live by fame and reputacion: and therefore such as theirs fame and reputacion is, such is theirs love and dreads abroads. ..."

2. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1858)
"Never mind about stay-at-homes, -or stray- abroads," struck' in champion Truscott. "If a man hath got the heart in 'im, he'll show it, whether he be working ..."

3. Imaginary Interviews by William Dean Howells (1910)
"The stay - at - homes may have got onto the been- abroads in a point where we all fail, unless we have guarded ourselves very scrupulously." " And that is ? ..."

4. Institutional History of Virginia in the Seventeenth Century: An Inquiry by Philip Alexander Bruce (1910)
"... abroads It will be seen, by an examination of the previous paragraphs, that two facts were brought out clearly ' Blair's Memorial, 1697, Perry's Hist. ..."

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