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grue

(ɡruː)
n
a shiver or shudder; a creeping of the flesh
vb (intr)
1. to shiver or shudder
2. to feel strong aversion
[C14: of Scandinavian origin; compare Old Swedish grua, Old Danish grue; related to German graven, Dutch gruwen to abhor]

Grue

 a shivering or shaking as from fear.
Example: Grue of Ice [book title by Geoffrey Jenkin].

grue


Past participle: grued
Gerund: grueing

Imperative
grue
grue
Present
I grue
you grue
he/she/it grues
we grue
you grue
they grue
Preterite
I grued
you grued
he/she/it grued
we grued
you grued
they grued
Present Continuous
I am grueing
you are grueing
he/she/it is grueing
we are grueing
you are grueing
they are grueing
Present Perfect
I have grued
you have grued
he/she/it has grued
we have grued
you have grued
they have grued
Past Continuous
I was grueing
you were grueing
he/she/it was grueing
we were grueing
you were grueing
they were grueing
Past Perfect
I had grued
you had grued
he/she/it had grued
we had grued
you had grued
they had grued
Future
I will grue
you will grue
he/she/it will grue
we will grue
you will grue
they will grue
Future Perfect
I will have grued
you will have grued
he/she/it will have grued
we will have grued
you will have grued
they will have grued
Future Continuous
I will be grueing
you will be grueing
he/she/it will be grueing
we will be grueing
you will be grueing
they will be grueing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been grueing
you have been grueing
he/she/it has been grueing
we have been grueing
you have been grueing
they have been grueing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been grueing
you will have been grueing
he/she/it will have been grueing
we will have been grueing
you will have been grueing
they will have been grueing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been grueing
you had been grueing
he/she/it had been grueing
we had been grueing
you had been grueing
they had been grueing
Conditional
I would grue
you would grue
he/she/it would grue
we would grue
you would grue
they would grue
Past Conditional
I would have grued
you would have grued
he/she/it would have grued
we would have grued
you would have grued
they would have grued
References in periodicals archive ?
Cette litterature d'ensemble est tres complexe puisque des phrases se succedent, s'entrechoquent et ne se completent souvent pas; c'est ce qui m'a influence dans mon recueil de poemes Quand S'envolent les Grues Couronnees ou pour comprendre certains refrains, il faut lire en sautant, chaque fois une ligne.
Elle fait intervenir tout particulierement les volatiles : coucous qui signalent le gibier, grues, oies et cygnes migrateurs qui annoncent les saisons, oiseaux divers qui transportent l'ame et lui permettent de << voir >> a distance .
Des plongeurs, aides de grues, ont installe les dernieres compositions fin octobre.
Aujourd'hui, le projet est entre dans une seconde phase, plus operationnelle ; les grues sont a pied d'ouvre sur le site et ce que nous appelons le chantier des collections -- le demenagement, le traitement et l'inventaire des collections -- est entame.
Deux grues de 50 m sont tombees sur des chantiers de l'ancienne capitale imperiale, blessant grievement une femme qui pilotait l'un des engins.
Pour ce qui est des equipements, le port d'Alger a prevu l'acquisition de nouveaux moyens de traitement des navires, notamment un remorqueur de 45 tonnes, 4 chariots elevateurs a fourches de 32 tonnes, et de differents autres tonnage, deux grues ainsi que des vedettes et quatre canots d'amarrage.
En effet, une vingtaine de grues sont operationnelles.
La mosquee est ainsi entouree de plusieurs grues utilisees pour executer ces travaux.
E si insinua il dubbio che se il richiamo ha funzionato per una figura di stormi in volo: grues, primoque volatu / effingunt varias casu monstrante figuras; /.
Equipes de decoupeuses et de grues, des centaines de pompiers et de membres de l'armee appeles en renfort luttaient pour retrouver des survivants dans la montagne de gravats et de morceaux d'acier tordu.
On l'Ile aux Grues, in Quebec, he identifies elements which constitute the place's identity markers.
This influenced my collection of poems Quand S'envolent les Grues Couronnees ("When the crowned cranes fly away").