the upward curve at the foot of a square sail.
(loosely) a convexity given to any of the edges of a sail; round.
hair combed up from the forehead or temples in a roll or high curve.
verb (used with object)
to clip or cut off (the mane of a horse); hog.
to comb (hair) into a roach.
noun (pl) roaches, roach
a European freshwater cyprinid food fish, Rutilus rutilus, having a deep compressed body and reddish ventral and tail fins
any of various similar fishes
short for cockroach
(slang) the butt of a cannabis cigarette
the amount by which the leech of a fore-and-aft sail projects beyond an imaginary straight line between the clew and the head
the curve at the foot of a square sail
Hal, full name Harald Eugene Roach. 1892–1992, US film producer, whose company produced numerous comedy films in the 1920s and 1930s, including those featuring Harold Lloyd and Laurel and Hardy
noun 1. the ability of a motor vehicle to maintain a steady, balanced, and comfortable ride, especially under a variety of road conditions.
noun 1. (formerly) a highwayman, especially along stagecoach routes in the western U.S. noun 1. (US) (formerly) a bandit who robbed stagecoaches; highwayman
- Road allowance
noun 1. (Canadian) land reserved by the government to be used for public roads
noun, Slang. 1. a piece of horse manure on or at the side of a road. road apple