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Rouʹtiers

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Adventurers who made war a trade and let themselves out to anyone who would pay them. So called because they were always on the route or moving from place to place. (Twelfth century.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Round Sum
Round Table
Round as a Ball;
Roundabout (A)
Roundheads
Roundle
Rounfi
Rouse (A)
Rousing
Rout (A)
Routiers
Rove
Row (rhyme with now)
Rowdy (rhyme with cloudy)
Rowena
Rowland
Rowley (Thomas)
Rowned in the Ear
Roxburghe Club
Roy (Le) [or la Reine] savisera
Royal Arms