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Crossword Solver Solutions for: ?RO?E

arose

arose
The past or preterit tense of Arise.
(imp.) of Arise

broke

broke
(imp.) of Break
(v. i.) To transact business for another.
(v. i.) To act as procurer in love matters; to pimp.

brose

brose
(n.) Pottage made by pouring some boiling liquid on meal (esp. oatmeal), and stirring it. It is called beef brose, water brose, etc., according to the name of the liquid (beef broth, hot water, etc.) used.

crone

crone
(n.) An old ewe.
(n.) An old woman; -- usually in contempt.
(n.) An old man; especially, a man who talks and acts like an old woman.

crore

crore
(n.) Ten millions; as, a crore of rupees (which is nearly $5,000,000).

croze

croze
(n.) A cooper's tool for making the grooves for the heads of casks, etc.; also, the groove itself.

drome

drome
(n.) The crab plover (Dromas ardeola), a peculiar North African bird, allied to the oyster catcher.

drone

drone
(n.) To utter or make a low, dull, monotonous, humming or murmuring sound.
(n.) To love in idleness; to do nothing.
(v. i.) The male of bees, esp. of the honeybee. It gathers no honey. See Honeybee.
(v. i.) One who lives on the labors of others; a lazy, idle fellow; a sluggard.
(v. i.) That which gives out a grave or monotonous tone or dull sound; as: (a) A drum. [Obs.] Halliwell. (b) The part of the bagpipe containing the two lowest tubes, which always sound the key note and the fifth.
(v. i.) A humming or deep murmuring sound.
(v. i.) A monotonous bass, as in a pastoral composition.

drove

drove
(imp.) of Drive
(imp.) of Drive.
(n.) A collection of cattle driven, or cattle collected for driving; a number of animals, as oxen, sheep, or swine, driven in a body.
(n.) Any collection of irrational animals, moving or driving forward; as, a finny drove.
(n.) A crowd of people in motion.
(n.) A road for driving cattle; a driftway.
(n.) A narrow drain or channel used in the irrigation of land.
(n.) A broad chisel used to bring stone to a nearly smooth surface; -- called also drove chisel.
(n.) The grooved surface of stone finished by the drove chisel; -- called also drove work.

erode

erode
(v. t.) To eat into or away; to corrode; as, canker erodes the flesh.

erose

erose
(a.) Irregular or uneven as if eaten or worn away.
(a.) Jagged or irregularly toothed, as if nibbled out or gnawed.

frore

frore
(adv.) Frostily.

froze

froze
Imp. of Freeze.
(imp.) of Freeze

grope

grope
(v. i.) To feel with or use the hands; to handle.
(v. i.) To search or attempt to find something in the dark, or, as a blind person, by feeling; to move about hesitatingly, as in darkness or obscurity; to feel one's way, as with the hands, when one can not see.
(v. t.) To search out by feeling in the dark; as, we groped our way at midnight.
(v. t.) To examine; to test; to sound.

grove

grove
(v.) A smaller group of trees than a forest, and without underwood, planted, or growing naturally as if arranged by art; a wood of small extent.

krone

krone
(n.) A coin of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, of the value of about twenty-eight cents. See Crown, n., 9.

probe

probe
(n.) An instrument for examining the depth or other circumstances of a wound, ulcer, or cavity, or the direction of a sinus, of for exploring for bullets, for stones in the bladder, etc.
(v. t.) To examine, as a wound, an ulcer, or some cavity of the body, with a probe.
(v. t.) Fig.: to search to the bottom; to scrutinize or examine thoroughly.

proke

proke
(v. i.) To poke; to thrust.

prole

prole
A member of the working class (not necessarily employed); "workers of the world--unite!"

prone

prone
(a.) Bending forward; inclined; not erect.
(a.) Prostrate; flat; esp., lying with the face down; -- opposed to supine.
(a.) Headlong; running downward or headlong.
(a.) Sloping, with reference to a line or surface; declivous; inclined; not level.
(a.) Inclined; propense; disposed; -- applied to the mind or affections, usually in an ill sense. Followed by to.
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