How to spell ROUDE correctly?

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  • ride By your leave, I will ride on some way with you.
  • road You can head off his car if it's on the hill road.
  • rod In love with Rod?
  • rodeo There was a fellow, riding in the rodeo last fall, that took a shot at him one day, and-well-he left the country right after it happened and hasn't been seen around here since."
  • rood Laics and barons, thro' The random gifts of careless kings, have graspt Her livings, her advowsons, granges, farms, And goodly acres-we will make her whole; Not one rood lost.
  • rote He knows his dinner by rote.
  • roue Yes, said Lady Barmouth, a gambler, a roue.
  • rouge In a moment the rouge won, and the second deal I repeated the bet, and so continuing on with the like success; when I was preparing my rouleau for the fifth, the banquier rose, and saying- "Messiers, la banque est fermee pour ce soir," proceeded to lock his casette, and close the table.
  • rouse "We must be out of this as fast as we can," said Mr Saunders to me, "for very likely those fellows who made their escape will rouse their friends, and we may have a mob of all the ruffians in the town upon us before we can reach the boats."
  • rout Here, all day long, the Rebel and the Union cavalry-chiefs fought, mounted and dismounted, and striving in every manner possible to defeat and rout the other.
  • route We got on to the Route Nationale again and mingled again with the Retreat.
  • router Habit d'Hyuer Ruban large brode de Soye Castor ras noir Iuste-au-caorps de drap de Hollande couleur de noisette Baudrier brode couleur de la pluche double renuers de manches sans-veste frange forte couleur de Prince pluche de couleur Bas router couleur de lhabit lEcharpe de point d'espagne ou de raiseau Or et Argent
  • rowdy "Your men didn't lose time with that rowdy," remarked Neale.
  • rude Mangan said; and he was rude enough to laugh.
  • Rode Bellamy turned and rode away.
  • Rued Therewith the strife was parted, so that no one fought, which mightily rued the queen.
  • Rudy Vertigo was to gain possession of Rudy.
  • Rhode Under the lead of Colonel Ambrose E. Burnside, who had command of the Second New Hampshire, Seventy-first New York, First and Second Rhode Island Regiments and the battery, as a brigade, the company marched over Long Bridge to a point about ten miles from Washington, where the whole brigade bivouacked for the night.
  • ruder It is far simpler and ruder than the press in Bayeux Cathedral; and the style of ornamentation employed indicates a somewhat earlier date; though M, Viollet-le-Duc places the construction of both in the first years of the 13th century.
  • roadie 'Twas in a wee bit but-an'-ben She bade when first I kent her, Doon the side roadie by the kirk Whaur Andra was precentor.

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