Rut



noun
1.
a furrow or track in the ground, especially one made by the passage of a vehicle or vehicles.
2.
any furrow, groove, etc.
3.
a fixed or established mode of procedure or course of life, usually dull or unpromising:
to fall into a rut.
verb (used with object), rutted, rutting.
4.
to make a rut or ruts in; furrow.
noun
1.
the periodically recurring sexual excitement of the deer, goat, sheep, etc.
verb (used without object), rutted, rutting.
2.
to be in the condition of rut.
noun
1.
a groove or furrow in a soft road, caused by wheels
2.
any deep mark, hole, or groove
3.
a narrow or predictable way of life, set of attitudes, etc; dreary or undeviating routine (esp in the phrase in a rut)
verb ruts, rutting, rutted
4.
(transitive) to make a rut or ruts in
noun
1.
a recurrent period of sexual excitement and reproductive activity in certain male ruminants, such as the deer, that corresponds to the period of oestrus in females
2.
another name for oestrus
verb ruts, rutting, rutted
3.
(intransitive) (of male ruminants) to be in a period of sexual excitement and activity
see: in a rut

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