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Today's word is rue, spelled R-U-E.

Rue is a verb that means to feel regret, remorse, or penitence for. Here is the word used in a sentence from the Utica Observer-Dispatch by Carolyn Bostick.

"While times do change, they don't always change for the best; Sheldon rues that Sundays are no longer a church-dominated day in many Christian denominations."

If you remember your high school French, or if you've ever strolled down the Rue de Rivoli in Paris, you may have the notion that the English word rue is somehow connected to the French word for "street." In actuality, the French and English words are not related at all. The English rue is originally from the Old English word hrēow, meaning "sorrow." Used as both a noun meaning "regret, sorrow" and, more frequently, as a verb. Rue is very old, dating back to before the 12th century.

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[Homework]2015-07-19 How to Use a Word

Today's word is rue, spelt r-u-e. Rue is a verb that means to feel regret, remorse or **** for. Here's the word used in a sentence from the Utica observer dispatch by Carolyn Bostik. While times do change, they don't always change for the best. Sheldon rues that Sundays are no longer a church-dominated day in many Christian dominations. If you remember your high school French, or if you ever stroll down the rue**** in Paris, you may have the notion that the English word rue r-u-e is somehow connected to the French word for street. In actuality, the French and English words are not related at all. The English rue is originally from the old English word thrill, meaning sorrow. Used as both a noun meaning regret or sorrow and more frequently as a verb, rue is very old, dating back to before the 12th century. With your word of the day, I'm Peter ****.
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[Homework]2015-07-19 How to Use a Word

Today's word is rue,spelled r-u-e. Rue is a word that means to feel regret, remore or penitence for. There is the word used in the sentence from The Unique Observe Dispatch by** while times do change, they don't always change for the best.Sheldon rues that Sundays are no longer a church-dominated day in many Christian dominations.If you remember you high school French,or if you ever * down the * of Pairs,you may have the notion that English word rue is somehow connected to the French word  ***. In actuality, the French  and the English words are not related at all. The English rue is originally from the old English word ** meaning sorrow used as both now meaning regret or sorrow and more frequently as a verb.Rue is very old dating back to before the 12th century.                                                     With your word of the day, I am Peter *

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[Homework]2015-07-19 How to Use a Word

Today's word is rue spelled R U E. Rue is a verb that means to feel regret remorse or penitents for. Here is the word used in a sentence from the * observer dispatch by ****. While times do change, they don't always change for the best. * rues that Sunday's are no longer a church dominated day in many Christian denominations. If you remember your high school French or if you favor stroll down the road * in Paris, you may have the notion that the English word rue R U E is somehow connected to the French word *. In actuality, the French and English words are not related at all. The English rue is originally from the old English word *, meaning sorrow, used as both a noun meaning regret or sorrow and more frequently as a verb. Rue is very old, dating back to before the 12th century. With your word for the day, I'm Peter *.
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[Homework]2015-07-19 How to Use a Word

Today's world is rue,spelled R-U-E.
Rue is a verb that means to feel regret,remorse or penitence for.Here is the word used in a sentence from the U- by Karalin.B.


While times do change,they don't always change for the best. Sheldon rues that Sundays are no longer a church dominated day in many Christian denominations.If you remember your  high school French, or if you ever stroll down the rued Rxxx in Paris, you may have the notion that the English word rue is somehow connected to the French word for street. In actuality, the French and English word are not related at all. The English rue is originally from the old English word, Hxxx,meaning sorrow,used  as both a noun,regret or sorrow, and more frequently as a verb, rue is very old,dating back to before the 12th century.


With your word of the day, I am Peter S.


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[Homework]2015-07-19 How to Use a Word
Today's word is rue, spelled rue. Rue is a verb that means to feel regret, remores or penitence for. Here is the word used in a sentence from the Utica Observer-Dispatch by Carolyn Bostick:

While times do change, they don't always change for the best, Shelden rues that Sundays are no longer a church-dominated day in many Christian denominations.

If you remember your high school French or if you ever strolled down Rue de Rivoli in Paris, you might have the notion that the English word rue is somehow connected to the French word "street." In actuality, the French  and English words are not related at all. English rue is originally from the old English word hrēow, meaning sorrow. Used as both noun meaning regret and sorrow and, more frequently as a verb, rue is very old, dating back before the 12th century.
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