rut

Part of speech: verb

To make ruts in.

Part of speech: noun

A sunken track made by a wheel; any beaten track.

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Usage examples "rut":

  1. His life is narrow and he works in a rut that prevents him from taking a broad view of life. - "Arizona Sketches", Joseph A. Munk.
  2. Rut we had better not stop here. - "The Child of the Dawn", Arthur Christopher Benson.
  3. She says she doesn't intend to get in a rut, nor let me. - "The Wishing-Ring Man", Margaret Widdemer.