verb (used without object), grued, gru·ing. Chiefly Scot.
Origin of grue
Examples from the Web for grue
Well, Grue went under, still clutching the squirming, flapping bird; and he stayed under.
We went at once to Grue's, to order our dinner and engage a private room; then we strolled away in the direction of Saint-Maur.Frdrique; vol. 2|Charles Paul de Kock
The man, Grue, had not stirred from his survey of the Atlantic Ocean.
Grue, proprietors of the Wisconsin Grocery, rank as the foremost merchants of Fairhaven.Scandinavians on the Pacific, Puget Sound|Thomas Ostenson Stine
He was fairly well pleased with his success to date, but the grue of fear was still with him.Man of Many Minds|E. Everett Evans