n. A ride; journey; expedition.n. A hostile expedition; an incursion; an inroad; a raid. See raid.n. A public way for passage or travel; a strip of ground appropriated for travel, forming a line of communication between different places; a highway; hence, any similar passage for travel, public or private; by extension, a railroad or railway. See street.n. Hence Any means or way of approach or access; a course; a path.n. A place near the shore where vessels may anchor, differing from a harbor in not being sheltered. Also called roadstead.n. The regulations embodied in a code of rules for the safe handling of vessels meeting or passing each other.n. Synonyms Street, Passage, etc. (see way), lane, route, course, thoroughfare.To furnish with a road or with roads.To follow the trail of by scent; track or pursue on foot, as game: said of dogs.To jostle (one) off the road by riding against him.n. The tour or route of a theatrical company. See on the road.n. A road over which logs are dragged, having heavy transverse skids, partially sunk in the ground, usually at intervals of about five feet.