Every now and again he scanned what could be seen of the winding road about the hill of lude.
Lood, loodh, lude; ashamed: 'he was lude of himself when he was found out.'
There is one that reminded me of the old English song—‘Sumer is i-kumen in—lude sing kuku.’
FitzOsbern had half-turned in his saddle and was surveying the rugged hill of lude upon the other side of the ford.
The Comte du lude then came forward with his customary 'sang-froid', and begged the exorcists to perform before him.
This Lamont harp was taken by a lady of that family from Argyleshire about 1460, on her marriage into the family of lude.
A pill or tablet that contains the drug methaqualone.
Quaalude2, a depressant drug; any methaqualone capsule or pill: Only this year ''ludes'' (Quaaludes or ''downs'') were the hot sellers/ Dropping the Last 'Lude (1960s+ Narcotics)