Definition of Ruths
1. ruth [n] - See also: ruth
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ruths
Literary usage of Ruths
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History of Modern Painting by Richard Muther (1896)
"Schirmer, Valentin ruths.—The discovery of Ruysdael and Ever- dingen.—The part of mediation played by certain artists from Denmark and Norway: JC Dahl, ..."
2. Southey's Common-place Book by Robert Southey (1876)
"mg of the understanding, by the form of doctrine, and declaration of the necessary ruths of the gospel and kingdom of God ..."
3. The Antiquary (1873)
"Nearly nine- ruths of them were the work of monks, who devoted long lours and days to their labour of love for the sen-ice of particular churches. ..."
4. The Religion of Nature Delineated by William Wollaston (1759)
"'f ruths belonging to a Private Man, fc^r. tunities of helping them in their wants ... ruths ..."
5. Joshua Bean, of Exeter, Brentwood and Gilmanton, N. H., and Some of His by Josiah Hayden Drummond (1903)
"ruths, b. June 1774. -|- 22. Aarons, b. Feb'y 24, 1779. Will dated Feb'y 2, 1787, p. Dec., 1787, (Vol. 2, p.,) mentions wife Lydia; sons Caleb and Stephen, ..."
6. Transactions by Ecclesiological Society (1890)
"... early example ; that at ruths (Fig. 10), though still plain and massive, is not inelegant. Intermediate, between the earlier and later type, ..."