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rout

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1 a great number of persons or creatures massed together

  • a great rout of rubberneckers had gathered around the scene of the accident
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2 people looked down upon as ignorant and of the lowest class

  • at first the protests were dismissed as nothing more than the idle doings of the restless rout
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rout

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1 failure to win a contest

  • the championship game was a humiliating rout for the team that had been favored to win
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2 the act or an instance of getting free from danger or confinement

  • in the mad rout from the school shooter, it was every person for himself
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rout

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1 to defeat by a large margin

  • as expected, the professional team had no trouble routing the amateurs
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beat the pants off, eat alive, run circles around (or run rings around), wipe the floor with (or wipe the ground with)

2 to drive or force out

  • the nationʼs ground and air forces quickly routed the would-be invaders
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give one the gate [slang], send packing

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