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routh

[rooth, routh] /ruθ, raʊθ/
noun, Scot. and North England
1.
abundance; plenty.
Origin
1710-1720
1710-20; origin uncertain
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Examples for routh
  • routh responded that he would have to review the potential additional costs before committing to such changes.
  • routh, a vegetarian, also rejected the option of observing a partner's work.
British Dictionary definitions for routh

routh

/raʊθ/
noun
1.
abundance
adjective
2.
abundant; plentiful
Word Origin
C18: of uncertain origin
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