Definition for rube (2 of 3)
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A lazy off-season afternoon in Palmer's house is like being trapped in a Rube Goldberg cartoon.
Rube Goldberg legislation is most dangerous when you do not have buy-in from the public and the opposition party.
Such Rube Goldberg–like coincidences will not prevail against the Syria-Iran axis.John Bolton Argues the U.S. Has the Wrong President for a Syrian Intervention|John Bolton|November 17, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Rube watched the guerrilleros, permitting his head to be seen by them.
Her beauty, her wit, they were her own; but they had availed her little before her betrothment to Rube.
Rube, by way of variation, occasionally visited the stables to see to the horses.The Watchers of the Plains|Ridgewell Cullum
The sinking of the water was a new element; it had escaped my observation, though Rube had noted it.
Rube's foot kicked against an unseen pannikin, making an alarming clatter.Kiddie the Scout|Robert Leighton