Definition of Routh
1. an abundance [n -S] - See also: abundance
Lexicographical Neighbors of Routh
Literary usage of Routh
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1897)
"1790, resigned the presidentship in April routh was pre-eminently a man of learning; ... Portraits of routh, besides the one in brass, are (1) by Thompson, ..."
2. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Louisiana by Louisiana Supreme Court (1859)
"This exception was sustained except as to John routh. We are of opinion that the exception was inoperative and ought to have been overruled as to all the ..."
3. Illustrations of the Literary History of the Eighteenth Century.: Consisting by John Nichols (1828)
"... to Mr. THOMAS routh. "SiR, Clifton, Jan. 18,1742-3. ... Mr. THOMAS routh, Castle-street, Carlisle. ..."
4. The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including the Series by Alexander Chalmers, Samuel Johnson (1810)
"... of my tale Wiche is great routh for to here. ... he hath of hym great routh, v Of suche clothes as he hadde, And onely of his poure trouth, ..."
5. A History of Classical Scholarship by John Edwin Sandys (1908)
"They are professed critics: but in learning and taste Dr routh of Oxford is inferior to none'1. The last of these, Martin Joseph routh (1755—1854), ..."
6. Lives of Twelve Good Men by John William Burgon (1889)
"He was yet unborn when routh saw his 39th birthday, and routh survived him ... routh,—who until after he had entered his rooth year had never been seen by ..."
7. Lives of Twelve Good Men by John William Burgon (1888)
"He was yet unborn when routh saw his 39th birthday, and routh survived him sixteen years. Rose, driven from place to place in quest, of health, succumbed at ..."