Grue



[groo] /gru/

verb (used without object), grued, gruing. Chiefly Scot.
1.
to shudder.
/ɡruː/
noun
1.
a shiver or shudder; a creeping of the flesh
verb (intransitive)
2.
to shiver or shudder
3.
to feel strong aversion

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