Word Origin for ruffe
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How to use ruffe in a sentence
Another time, bringing him roses on his shooes, he asked, If they would make him a ruffe-footed dove?The Town|Leigh Hunt
The female is called a Reeve without any ruffe about the neck, lesser then the other and hardly to bee got.The Works of Sir Thomas Browne|Thomas Browne
The ruffe or pope (Acerina vulgaris) is a little fish common in the Thames and many other slow-flowing English rivers.
Why then he is ruffe low, a ruffian, a bold adventurous errand to do any rough service for his Lady.Beaumont and Fletcher's Works (9 of 10)|Francis Beaumont
The female is called a Reeve without any ruffe about the neck, lesser then the other & hardly to bee got.Notes and Letters on the Natural History of Norfolk|Thomas Browne