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Synonyms for inroad

make inroads upon or into something


  • make advances into
  • make forays into
  • make raids on
  • make encroachments into

Synonyms for inroad

an act of invading, especially by military forces

Words related to inroad

an encroachment or intrusion

an invasion or hostile attack

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The chartered surveyor from Hemel Hempstead, pictured with his wife Tina and family, said: "Tina has already made inroads into the money with things for the house, and for some strange reason all the family have developed a sudden interest in driving nice cars
Although wide-area Ethernet has made inroads into metro-area networks in Asia-Pacific, the growing number of market players continues to alter the industry landscape.
Although Perle de Puce made inroads into the lead De Blanc's jockey Sam Thomas had kept something up his sleeve and stoked the winner up again to score by four lengths.
Forest City Ratner's plan is tied to the retail store Bradlees, which has made inroads into the city by taking over former Alexander's sites at Fordham Road and Rego Park.
In partnership with over 400 of the country's top business organizations, NBMBAA has made inroads into a wide range of industries as well as the public and private sectors.
LEDs have also made inroads into mobile applications such as brake and signal lights on trucks, buses and automobiles.
Vokey adds, "We have already made inroads into Northern Europe and the successful launch of NETMIND in Spain is a big step to opening up the large Spanish market.