verb (used without object), grued, gru·ing. Chiefly Scot.
Origin of grue
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Still, that general staff tag for Mr. Grue tickled us a bit.Torchy and Vee
Grue or grew; to turn from with disgust:—'He grued at the physic.'English As We Speak It in Ireland
P. W. Joyce
I wadna ca' them that on the tap of Ben-Nevis without a grue.
Suddenly there was a flash; a flurrying cloud of blue mud; and Grue was gone.
But which it was—the loss of her or the loss of Grue, I had not yet made up my mind.