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Noun
Plural for a decisive defeat
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“The Royals capped their run of three blowouts with a decisive rout over Chanhassen in the title game.”
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Plural for a disorderly or panicked rush, typically involving the retreat of defeated troops
“He turned, his numb and shaking legs turning his retreat into a disordered rout.”
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Plural for a state of wild confusion or disorder
“From there, I was able to ship the film to London for transmission before the temporary Egyptian victory turned into a rout.”
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Plural for a large, densely packed crowd of people or animals
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“Nor can you return to your palace, for a large rout of Ghent men have marched thither.”
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Plural for the common people collectively or as a mass
“Beheld by stagnation, Plagued by this drought, They're stranded at the station, Amongst the lowly rout.”
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Plural for an act of breaking free from confinement, danger or control
“This is not a calm upward procession but a mad rout from the citadel, jostling and plunging downward.”
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Plural for an aggressive and violent physical act against a person or object
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Plural for a setback, or change for the worse
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Plural for a sudden and ignominious failure
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Plural for a species of the Cottidae family, Taurulus bubalis
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Plural for the state of being insolvent
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Plural for a feeling of unease or embarrassment
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Plural for an easy victory or achievement
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Plural for a group of advisers, assistants, or others accompanying an important person
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Plural for an annual festival, typically during the week before Lent in Roman Catholic countries, involving processions, music, dancing, and the use of masquerade
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Plural for a body of supporters or admirers
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To defeat or conquer comprehensively
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“They shall not only rout their enemies and put them to flight, but lead their captives away in chains.”
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To cause to retreat in disorder
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“This lore told that one moon's passing was the longest time any had remained in Magoria, yet it had taken twelve moons to rout the invaders.”
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To invade or foray into, especially to plunder
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To yell or cry out noisily
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To rout out of bed
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To noisily release air from the stomach through the mouth
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To delve into or hollow out a surface or ground
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To distribute or spread over a wide area
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To subject (a place, text, etc.) to a thorough search in order to locate something
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To make a loud, deep, resonant sound
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