road (n.) Old form(s): roade, rode, rodes
harbour, anchorage, roadstead
2H4 II.ii.160[Prince Henry to Poins] This Doll Tearsheet should be some road [i.e. whore]
CE III.ii.155[Antipholus of Syracuse to Dromio of Syracuse] Post to the road
MV I.i.19[Solanio to Antonio] Peering in maps for ports and piers and roads
MV V.i.288.1[Antonio to Portia] my ships / Are safely come to road
TG I.i.53[Valentine to Proteus] My father at the road / Expects my coming
TG II.iv.185[Proteus to Valentine] I must unto the road to disembark / Some necessaries
TS II.i.368[Gremio to Baptista and Tranio as Lucentio, of his possessions] an argosy / That now is lying in Marseilles road
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