Definition of Ruings

1. ruing [n] - See also: ruing



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ruings

rugulah
rugulose
ruhmkorff's coil
ruin
ruinable
ruinate
ruinated
ruinates
ruinating
ruination
ruinations
ruined
ruiner
ruiners
ruing
ruings (current term)
ruiniform
ruining
ruinings
ruinous
ruinously
ruinousness
ruinousnesses
ruins
ruitenbergite
ruizite
rukh
rukhs
rulable
rule

Literary usage of Ruings

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1. Watertown Records by Watertown (Mass.) (1900)
"... and Mr. Edward Herrington. whether it is most Conveniant and Proper to Repaire the ruings of the Old Bridge. or to Rebuild an other in the same Place, ..."

2. An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord by Joseph Whitaker (1869)
"Secretary for Commerce arid Industry, DH Cum- ruings, OBE Secretary for Home Affairs, Sir Athol Evam, KBE Attorney-General, RA Yates, oe Postmaster-General, ..."

3. Incidents and Anecdotes of the Civil War by David Dixon Porter (1885)
"Then the ruings tuk fire, an' the burnin' of Moskow wasn'ta circumstance to it. " ' I guess we're even with them widders, Tiller,' says the cap- ting. ..."

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