from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. Away; back: moving to and fro.
- prep. Scots From.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. From; away; back or backward. In modern English used only in the set phrase to and fro ("back and forth").
- n. An afro (hairstyle).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. From; away; back or backward; -- now used only in opposition to the word to, in the phrase to and fro, that is, to and from. See to and fro under to.
- prep. From.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- From; away; back or backward: as in the phrase to and fro (that is, to and from, forward or toward and backward).
Fat Jew kid with a fro is the new funny, to fat jew kids with fros.
I dunnot know wheer she getten her head-fillin 'fro', unless she robbed th 'owd parsen an' left his nob standin 'empty.
Watching Beaverton and Portland toss the Beavers too and fro is entertaining.
I suggest those nefarious dumb republicans who post comments on this blog better refrain fro doing so for the coherence & concomitant prosperity of this country.
Depending on your POV, a bunch of fist picks stuck in a ‘fro is either not best choice for mag cover on Afro-lit or it’s friggin awesome … to this point, most of world seems to have chosen option one …
Looks like it could work as a muffin fro breakfast.
Have to say this to and fro is one reason why ordinary people have doubts about the economics profession.
However, I am on this page to ask Obama to refrain fro condescending gimmicks towards Hillary Clinton!
They are lookin fro redemption, but seem to be getting farther and farher from it.
One month on not a word fro many of the parties in response to the above.