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rout -- as in: the team was routed
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • I predict from all this an avalanche of dinners and routs.
  • At five o'clock Albert returned, delighted with his day's work; he had been occupied in leaving his letters of introduction, and had received in return more invitations to balls and routs than it would be possible for him to accept; besides this, he had seen (as he called it) all the remarkable sights at Rome.

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

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