verb (used with object), rued, ruing.
to feel sorrow over; repent of; regret bitterly:
to rue the loss of opportunities.
to wish that (something) had never been done, taken place, etc.:
I rue the day he was born.
verb (used without object), rued, ruing.
to feel sorrow, repentance, or regret.
sorrow; repentance; regret.
pity or compassion.
any strongly scented plant of the genus Ruta, especially R. graveolens, having yellow flowers and leaves formerly used in medicine.
verb rues, ruing, rued
to feel sorrow, remorse, or regret for (one’s own wrongdoing, past events with unpleasant consequences, etc)
(archaic) sorrow, pity, or regret
any rutaceous plant of the genus Ruta, esp R. graveolens, an aromatic Eurasian shrub with small yellow flowers and evergreen leaves which yield an acrid volatile oil, formerly used medicinally as a narcotic and stimulant Archaic name herb of grace Compare goat’s-rue, meadow rue, wall rue
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a garden herb (Ruta graveolens) which the Pharisees were careful to tithe (Luke 11:42), neglecting weightier matters. It is omitted in the parallel passage of Matt. 23:23. There are several species growing wild in Palestine. It is used for medicinal and culinary purposes. It has a powerful scent, and is a stimulant. (See MINT.)
Pharmacology, Trademark. 1. a brand of ibuprofen.
adjective 1. somewhat reddish; tinged with red; rufous. adjective 1. (botany) tinged with red or becoming red
noun 1. a neckpiece or collar of lace, lawn, or the like, gathered or drawn into deep, full, regular folds, worn in the 16th and 17th centuries. 2. something resembling such a piece in form or position. 3. a collar, or set of lengthened or specially marked hairs or feathers, on the neck of an […]
noun 1. a European freshwater teleost fish, Acerina cernua, having a single spiny dorsal fin: family Percidae (perches) Also called pope