verb (used with object), rued, ru·ing.
verb (used without object), rued, ru·ing.
Origin of rue1
Related formsru·er, nounun·rued, adjective
Definition for rue (2 of 3)
Origin of rue2
Definition for rue (3 of 3)
de la Rue
Examples from the Web for rue
They tried to continue their getaway but had to quickly abandon their vehicle on the Rue de Meaux in the 19th.
I went back to rue La Boétie several times, but the Picards refused to let me in.
This was the case with M. Picard, the concierge at 21 rue La Boétie, who had worked there since 1931.
As a result, Rue des Rosiers houses only a few kosher shops and kitschy delis, mostly dedicated to vistors rather than locals.
This one literally takes up four corners on Rue Sherbrooke, all navigable via underground routes.
We see some old houses of the ancient Rue des Boucheries between Nos. 162 and 148.Historic Paris|Jetta S. Wolff
It struck and injured fatally an innocent outsider, who was taken to the Charity Hospital, in the rue Jacob, and died there.The Real Latin Quarter|F. Berkeley Smith
The Rue du Fouarre—an old word meaning straw—was in the thirteenth century the most important street in Paris.The Commission in Lunacy|Honore de Balzac
One day, in the Rue de l'Universite, one of these scamps was putting his thumb to his nose at the carriage gate of No. 69.Les Misrables|Victor Hugo
He had married again, a woman in his own rank of life, and was keeping a cabaret in the Rue du Bac.Notwithstanding|Mary Cholmondeley