grue


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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
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Grue of the University of Washington in Seattle and his colleagues reported at the SETAC meeting.