range

Part of speech: verb

To pass through, by, or over; wander along.

Part of speech: verb

To arrange; array.

Part of speech: verb

To classify; rank.

Part of speech: verb

To lie in the same direction; have equal rank followed by with.

Part of speech: noun

The area over which anything moves; a tract of grazing land; reach, as of voice or shot.

Part of speech: noun

A line or row; class or series.

Part of speech: noun

A cooking stove.

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Usage examples "range":

  1. R60793. The law of the range. - "U.S. Copyright Renewals, 1950 January - June", U.S. Copyright Office.
  2. He might be able to get beyond that range, if he knew how far it extended. - "Tangle Hold", F. L. Wallace.
  3. The range of movement is gradually increased, and the patient is allowed to use the limb with caution in from two to three weeks. - "Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities--Head--Neck. Sixth Edition.", Alexander Miles Alexis Thomson.