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rout -- as in: the team was routed
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To Kill a Mockingbird
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  • After consulting a tree to ascertain from its lichen which way was south, and taking no lip from the subordinates who ventured to correct him, Colonel Maycomb set out on a purposeful journey to rout the enemy and entangled his troops so far northwest in the forest primeval that they were eventually rescued by settlers moving inland.

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  • We routed the other team.
  • The military force was routed, but regrouped in the high mountains.

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