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Difference between 'Rout' and 'Route'

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Rout is the defeat of an army, or crowd of revellers.

Route is the course followed in journey.

Sample Usage

1. A small bound of trained European soldiers put the army of Nizam on the rout.

1. I do not know what route the army will follow for going to Baluchistan.
2. Our route took us through the mountains.

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