Definition of Rodes

1. Noun. (plural of rode) ¹



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Definition of Rodes

1. rode [n] - See also: rode

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rodes

rodenticidal
rodenticide
rodenticides
rodentlike
rodentologist
rodentologists
rodentology
rodentproof
rodents
rodenty
rodeo
rodeo rider
rodeoed
rodeoing
rodeos
rodes (current term)
rodeway
rodeways
rodge
rodham
rodhams
rodiasine
roding
rodings
rodizio
rodless
rodlet
rodlets
rodlike
rodman

Literary usage of Rodes

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1. The Chronicle of Froissart by Jean Froissart (1903)
"Whan the erle of Nevers and his company were come into the isle of rodes, ... in the rodes, and the lordes of Fraunce dyd his obsequy ryght reverently, ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1844)
"The pictures, drawings, and sketches of Mr. Nicholson have been announced for sale by Christie and Manson. REV. CHR rodes, MA Feb. 22. ..."

3. Lee Ad His Lieutenants: Comprising the Early Life, Public Services, and by Edward Albert Pollard (1867)
"ROBERT E, rodes. CHAPTER XLVII. G-raduates at the Virginia Military Institute.—A civil engineer in Alabama.—Elected to a Professor's chair in the Virginia ..."

4. The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events by Frank Moore (1866)
"I have the honor to be, Colonel, Your obedient servant, RE rodes, Brigadier-General, commanding Division. ..."

5. The Early Life, Campaigns, and Public Services of Robert E. Lee: With a by Edward Alfred Pollard (1871)
"EGBERT E, rodes. CHAPTER XLVII. Graduates at the Virginia Military Institute.—A civil engineer in Alabama.—Elected to a Professor's chair in the Virginia ..."

6. The Dictionary of National Biography by Sidney Lee (1909)
"On 29 June 1585 he was raised to the bench as justice of the rodes married, first, Elizabeth, daughter of Brian Sandford of Thorpe ..."

7. Sketches of Society in Great Britain and Ireland by Charles Samuel Stewart (1834)
"Upon this, however, Mr. rodes laid an absolute veto, by declaring, in his warm-hearted and candid manner, that his park gates were peremptorily closed upon ..."

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