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Rubythroat

ˈruːbɪθrəʊt

Meanings of Rubythroat:

noun

A small thrush related to the robin, the male having a red throat and striped head, found from siberia to china.

Usage examples:

The best, in my opinion at least, was the siberian rubythroat, a ground-dwelling skulker with a jew…

Meanings of Rucervine:

adjective

Of, relating to, or characteristic of the genus or subgenus rucervus, which comprises three south and south-east asian deer with antlers characterized by a long and simple brow tine.

Ruche

ruːʃ

Meanings of Ruche:

noun

A frill or pleat of fabric as decoration on a garment or soft furnishing.

Usage examples:

The cushions and pillows and bolster were all bright red, as was the canopy that draped itself over…

Meanings of Ruched:

adjective

(of cloth) in tight elastic folds

Usage examples:

Elegant ruched curtains, a ruched collar

Ruches

ruːʃ

Meanings of Ruches:

noun

A frill or pleat of fabric as decoration on a garment or soft furnishing.

Usage examples:

The cushions and pillows and bolster were all bright red, as was the canopy that draped itself over…

Ruck

rʌk

Meanings of Ruck:

noun

A loose scrum formed around a player with the ball on the ground.

Usage examples:

Players will be encouraged to go to the ground when tackled to form a ruck
verb

Take part in a ruck.

Usage examples:

Too often the pack failed to ruck as a unit

Meanings of Ruck-up:

phrasal verb

If material rucks up, it forms a lump (= mass) or folds, and if something rucks it up, it pushes the material into a lump or folds

Usage examples:

The blankets had rucked up around his feet.

Rucked

rʌk

Meanings of Rucked:

verb

Take part in a ruck.

Usage examples:

Too often the pack failed to ruck as a unit
noun

A loose scrum formed around a player with the ball on the ground.

Usage examples:

Players will be encouraged to go to the ground when tackled to form a ruck
phrasal verb

If material rucks up, it forms a lump (= mass) or folds, and if something rucks it up, it pushes the material into a lump or folds

Usage examples:

The blankets had rucked up around his feet.

Meanings of Rucking:

verb

Take part in a ruck.

Usage examples:

Too often the pack failed to ruck as a unit
noun

A loose scrum formed around a player with the ball on the ground.

Usage examples:

Players will be encouraged to go to the ground when tackled to form a ruck
phrasal verb

If material rucks up, it forms a lump (= mass) or folds, and if something rucks it up, it pushes the material into a lump or folds

Usage examples:

The blankets had rucked up around his feet.

Meanings of Ruckle:

verb

Another term for ruck2.

Usage examples:

In the hall, the rugs were ruckled up as if someone had been in a hurry to get out

Ruckling

ˈrʌk(ə)l

Meanings of Ruckling:

verb

Another term for ruck2.

Usage examples:

In the hall, the rugs were ruckled up as if someone had been in a hurry to get out

Rucks

rʌk

Meanings of Rucks:

noun

A loose scrum formed around a player with the ball on the ground.

Usage examples:

Players will be encouraged to go to the ground when tackled to form a ruck
verb

Take part in a ruck.

Usage examples:

Too often the pack failed to ruck as a unit

Meanings of Rucksack:

noun

A bag with shoulder straps which allow it to be carried on someone's back, typically made of a strong, waterproof material and widely used by hikers.

Usage examples:

In addition, no bags, rucksacks & backpacks larger than eight inches square will be allowed beyond …

Rucksacks

ˈbæk.pæk

Meanings of Rucksacks:

noun

A bag with shoulder straps which allow it to be carried on someone's back, typically made of a strong, waterproof material and widely used by hikers.

Usage examples:

In addition, no bags, rucksacks & backpacks larger than eight inches square will be allowed beyond …

Ruckus

ˈrʌkəs

Meanings of Ruckus:

noun

A row or commotion.

Usage examples:

A child is raising a ruckus in class

Ruckuses

ˈrʌkəs

Meanings of Ruckuses:

noun

A row or commotion.

Usage examples:

A child is raising a ruckus in class

Meanings of Ructation:

noun

The action of belching; a belch. compare "eructation", and earlier "ructuation".

Meanings of Ruction:

noun

A disturbance or quarrel.

Usage examples:

She acted as if there'd been no earlier ruction

Meanings of Ructions:

noun

A disturbance or quarrel.

Usage examples:

She acted as if there'd been no earlier ruction

Meanings of Rud:

noun

Red colour, especially of the complexion or lips; redness; ruddiness. rare after 16th century.

verb

To make red or ruddy; to redden. usually in passive. chiefly archaic and english regional in later use.

Rudaceous

rʊˈdeɪʃəs

Meanings of Rudaceous:

adjective

(of rock) composed of fragments of relatively large size (larger than sand grains).

Usage examples:

In central telemark, the bandak group comprises voluminous elastic and rudaceous sediments, basalti…

Rudbeckia

rʊdˈbek.i.ə

Meanings of Rudbeckia:

noun

A north american plant of the daisy family, with yellow or orange flowers and a dark cone-shaped centre.

Usage examples:

Some of the best and most widely adapted annual cut flowers with the longest vase life include alst…

Rudd

rʌd

Meanings of Rudd:

noun

A european freshwater fish of the carp family with a silvery body and red fins.

Usage examples:

The club has a lake near the manor pub in cheney manor road, stocked with fish such as perch, roach…

Meanings of Rudder:

noun

A flat piece hinged vertically near the stern of a boat or ship for steering.

Usage examples:

The ship has rudders and bowthrusters for harbour manoeuvring.

Meanings of Rudderfish:

noun

A sea chub of the family kyphosidae; especially the bermuda chub, kyphosus sectatrix.

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