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Ruralise

ˈrʊər(ə)lʌɪz

Meanings of Ruralise:

verb

Make rural in character or appearance.

Usage examples:

A way of ruralizing that most urban of forms, the block of flats

Ruralised

ˈrʊər(ə)lʌɪz

Meanings of Ruralised:

verb

Make rural in character or appearance.

Usage examples:

A way of ruralizing that most urban of forms, the block of flats

Ruralises

ˈrʊər(ə)lʌɪz

Meanings of Ruralises:

verb

Make rural in character or appearance.

Usage examples:

A way of ruralizing that most urban of forms, the block of flats

Ruralising

ˈrʊər(ə)lʌɪz

Meanings of Ruralising:

verb

Make rural in character or appearance.

Usage examples:

A way of ruralizing that most urban of forms, the block of flats

Meanings of Ruralite:

noun

A person who lives in a rural area; a country-dweller.

Meanings of Ruralites:

noun

A person who lives in a rural area; a country-dweller.

Meanings of Ruralize:

verb

Make rural in character or appearance.

Usage examples:

A way of ruralizing that most urban of forms, the block of flats

Ruralized

ˈrʊər(ə)lʌɪz

Meanings of Ruralized:

verb

Make rural in character or appearance.

Usage examples:

A way of ruralizing that most urban of forms, the block of flats

Meanings of Ruralizes:

verb

Make rural in character or appearance.

Usage examples:

A way of ruralizing that most urban of forms, the block of flats

Ruralizing

ˈrʊər(ə)lʌɪz

Meanings of Ruralizing:

verb

Make rural in character or appearance.

Usage examples:

A way of ruralizing that most urban of forms, the block of flats

Meanings of Ruralness:

noun

The quality, state, or fact of being rural; an instance of this.

Rurban

ˈrɜːbən

Meanings of Rurban:

adjective

Of, relating to, or designating an area sharing both rural and urban characteristics.

Meanings of Ruridecanal:

adjective

Of or relating to a rural dean or deanery.

Meanings of Rurigenous:

adjective

Born or dwelling in the country; rural, rustic.

Meanings of Ruritania:

proper noun

An imaginary kingdom in central europe used as a fictional background for the adventure novels of courtly intrigue and romance written by anthony hope (1863–1933).

Meanings of Ruritanian:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of the imaginary kingdom of ruritania from the novels of anthony hope, especially with reference to romantic adventure and intrigue.

Usage examples:

The voters were unmoved by his ruritanian grandeur
noun

A native or inhabitant of the imaginary kingdom of ruritania from the novels of anthony hope.

Usage examples:

Every ruritanian knows duke michael

Meanings of Ruru:

noun

The boobook owl or morepork, ninox novaeseelandiae.

Rusa

ˈruːsə

Meanings of Rusa:

noun

An indonesian deer with a brown coat and branched antlers.

Usage examples:

These are what give the babirusa its name: babi means pig and rusa deer in the local language.

Meanings of Ruscus:

noun

Any of various plants constituting the chiefly eurasian genus ruscus (family ruscaceae (formerly included in the liliaceae)), of evergreen shrubs with flat, stiff, pointed shoots (cladophylls) that resemble leaves; especially butcher's broom, r. aculeatus, which has pale green flowers and is commonly grown in gardens. in later use also (in form ruscus): the genus itself.

Ruse

ruːz

Meanings of Ruse:

noun

An action intended to deceive someone; a trick.

Usage examples:

Emma tried to think of a ruse to get paul out of the house
proper noun

An industrial city and the principal port of bulgaria, on the river danube; population 156,959 (2008). turkish during the middle ages, it was captured by russia in 1877 and ceded to bulgaria.

Ruses

ruːz

Meanings of Ruses:

noun

An action intended to deceive someone; a trick.

Usage examples:

Emma tried to think of a ruse to get paul out of the house
proper noun

An industrial city and the principal port of bulgaria, on the river danube; population 156,959 (2008). turkish during the middle ages, it was captured by russia in 1877 and ceded to bulgaria.

Rush

rʌʃ

Meanings of Rush:

verb

Move with urgent haste.

Usage examples:

Oliver rushed after her
noun

A sudden quick movement towards something, typically by a number of people.

Usage examples:

There was a rush for the door

Meanings of Rush into:

phrasal verb

To start to do something without considering if it is the right thing to do or the best way to do it

Usage examples:

The governor is pressuring the legislature to rush into increasing taxes., this is not a market tha…

Rush out

ˈaʊt.rʌʃ

Meanings of Rush out:

idiom

Jump out from a hiding place and surprise (someone)

noun

A sudden movement of something out of somewhere

Usage examples:

If the hole hadn't been plugged, there would have been an outrush of air., the problems in these co…

Meanings of Rushed:

adjective

Done or completed too hurriedly; hasty.

Usage examples:

A rushed job
verb

Move with urgent haste.

Usage examples:

Oliver rushed after her

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