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Definition of froad

froad

verb

  • to bike or drive off road as sport. Also: "froader" - an off-road vehicle. From "off-roading".
    Let's go froading!

    Last edited on May 14 2011. Submitted by Ashley from MA, USA on Jan 20 2000.

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