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187 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ɹ_ˈuː], [ɹˈuː], [ɹˈuː]
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Synonyms for Rue:

regret (noun) regret (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Rue:

  1. pew, bleu, true, crew, two, knew, coo, view, who, pu, drew, shrew, strew, few, moo, chou, spew, blue, yew, slew, shoo, shew, flue, shoe, gu, do, too, wu, zhou, woo, chew, flu, clue, new, queue, loo, ru, lu, yue, skew, sue, hue, grew, through, ku, boo, dew, coup, glue, threw, thew, cue, sioux, blew, gnu, goo, stew, due, zoo, brew, jew, lieu, screw, mew, u, hew;
  2. askew, accrue, pursue, ague, outdo, adieu, debut, review, taboo, withdrew, fondue, ensue, eschew, baku, babu, anew, canoe, undo, subdue, construe, tatu, untrue, redo, renew, imbue, bamboo, wahoo, undue, cebu, revue, unglue, peru, ado, miscue;
  3. overdue, kangaroo, hitherto, misconstrue, overdo, iou, katmandu, depardieu, overthrew;
  4. hullabaloo;

Quotes for Rue:

  1. The first clothing line I had was called Very Rue Then we changed the name and moved to QVC, and the name became A Touch of Rue Rue McClanahan.
  2. She has good instincts, but wrong judgments. She'll rue the day. David O. Selznick.

Idioms of Rue:

  1. rue the day;

Adjectives for Rue:

  • bal passe,
  • narrow mediaeval,
  • narrow noisy,
  • remarkable and picturesque,
  • patently false,
  • single german,
  • unclerical,
  • nearly invisible,
  • wilted,
  • long narrow,
  • morose,
  • feline,
  • outright,
  • insistent,
  • bustling,
  • sodden,
  • worthless,
  • youthful,
  • invisible,
  • false,
  • remarkable,
  • sad,
  • golden,
  • delicate,
  • british,
  • possible,
  • german,
  • weird syrian,
  • narrow and medieval,
  • bitter tawny,
  • pendral,
  • dirty, provincial,
  • broad, luxurious,
  • old petite,
  • narrow old-world,
  • blanche petite,
  • cold and correct,
  • dazzling, brilliant,
  • cool, narrow,
  • busy and picturesque,
  • broad and short,
  • narrow gloomy,
  • narrow tortuous,
  • long, busy,
  • quiet, sunny,
  • admirable old,
  • small and quiet,
  • busy, noisy,
  • narrow, gloomy,
  • long, sunny,
  • gay, bright,
  • sinister little,
  • steep and stony,
  • small coloured,
  • broad, straight,
  • little dusky,
  • short, steep,
  • grand bal,
  • long and important,
  • long and beautiful,
  • small narrow,
  • such trifling,
  • long and narrow,
  • busy little,
  • long, black,
  • curious old,
  • queer old,
  • more common,
  • dirty little,
  • rascal,
  • shal,
  • bal,
  • pungent,
  • dark blue,
  • tawny,
  • sore,
  • trifling,
  • much more,
  • poor old,
  • dazzling,
  • continual,
  • steep,
  • welcome,
  • fashionable,
  • romantic,
  • formidable,
  • gay,
  • dim,
  • innocent,
  • charming,
  • cool,
  • dirty,
  • familiar,
  • brave,
  • brilliant,
  • cold,
  • blue,
  • small,
  • best,
  • lavender, yellow,
  • old and narrow,
  • wide and handsome,
  • picturesque old,
  • wry,
  • stewed,
  • bitterest,
  • tortuous,
  • lavender,
  • impenetrable,
  • mute,
  • bleak,
  • abominable,
  • wider,
  • antique,
  • horrible,
  • dire,
  • noble,
  • sweet,
  • simple,
  • old,
  • gloomy, sinuous and silent,
  • sinuous and silent,
  • dark and drowsy,
  • narrow old,
  • darkling,
  • funereal,
  • undying,
  • wisest,
  • sinuous,
  • ineffable,
  • drowsy,
  • noisy,
  • purple,
  • deep,
  • present,
  • grand,
  • dark,
  • good-natured,
  • useless,
  • nouveau,
  • poor,
  • silent,
  • dry,
  • immense,
  • terrible,
  • short,
  • narrow little,
  • syrian,
  • sombre,
  • gloomy,
  • endless,
  • yellow,
  • narrow, ancient,
  • interminable,
  • quiet,
  • wide,
  • common,
  • busy,
  • opposite,
  • whole,
  • broad,
  • passe,
  • narrow and crooked,
  • crooked,
  • wild,
  • long,
  • fresh,
  • green,
  • bitter,
  • unique,
  • nouvelle,
  • narrow,
  • petite.
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