Crossword clues for roads
- Ones running shoulder to shoulder?
- They go places
- Blacktops and such
- They all lead to Rome, it's said
- All of them lead to Rome, in a saying
- Some infrastructure
- A partly sheltered anchorage
- Hampton ___
- Things between shoulders
- Ship anchorages
- Tobacco and Boston Post
- Burma and Tobacco
- Place to ride at anchor
- A.A.A.'s concerns
- Camino, iter, etc.
- Tobacco et al.
- Tobacco and Yellow Brick
- They have shoulders
- Places for some coaches
- Traffic arteries
- Highways and byways
- Places for forks
- Transportation network
- See 53-Across
- With 47-Down, crucial decision point
- MapQuest info
- They may have forks
- City planner's concern
- All of them lead to Rome, they say
- Travel ways
- They all lead to Rome, in a saying
- There are four hidden in this puzzle, which together suggest a familiar five-word saying (3,5,4,2,4)
- Pikes, e.g.
- See 12-Down
- Ways to go
- Map lines
- Some have forks
n. 1 (plural of road English) 2 (context nautical occasionally in the singular English) A roadstead.
n. a partly sheltered anchorage [syn: roadstead]
Roads is a short novel by author Seabury Quinn. It was published by Arkham House in 1948 in an edition of 2,137 copies. It was Arkham House's first illustrated book and the author's first hardcover.
The story, in an unrevised edition, originally appeared in the January 1938 issue of Weird Tales magazine.
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- "The Road to Bethlehem"
- "The Road to Calvary"
- "The Long, Long Road"
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Usage examples of "roads".
As they passed through the entrance, Roads noted the tingling, skin-crawling sensation of security scanners, electromagnetic fingers that reached through their clothes to search for the telltale shapes of concealed weapons.
Short but solid, Roads used his weight plus the occasional elbow to clear a way through the crowd.
The MSA break-in tended to overshadow the other thefts, but Roads knew them all by heart.
The only vehicles allowed on the roads were those performing the work of the Mayoralty.
From the top of the stairs, she could only see two or three metres across the room below, and Roads obscured much of that.
She could see no-one, nor anything to suggest that Roads had been that way recently.
As it lightened further to yellow, then blue, Roads started to feel tired.
Along the way, Roads passed cyclists and pedestrians enjoying the first few minutes of the new day, while occasional flashes of light reflecting off Rosette cabs gliding along active tracks highlighted the movement of people on their way to or from work.
Sunlight flashing in mirror-tinted glass brought Roads k to the present.
Had Roads been asked to guess an age, he would have started at thirty and worked his way up - but not too far.
Keen to pursue the distraction from his own misery, Roads encouraged the conversation.
The cellar was cool but crowded, and considerably ore ordered than when Roads had last seen it.
This fact seemed ificant, but Roads was too tired to think it through t then.
It was personal, between the Mole and As long as nothing was taken or damaged, Roads prepared to tolerate the occasional intrusion.
Sooner or later, he knew, Roads would emerge, and only then would he have to decide what to do.