American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Rae, John 1813-1893. British explorer who charted much of the Canadian Arctic coast.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Scotch form of roe.
“You may recall that Norma Rae is a fictionalized account of the effort by the Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union (ACTWU) to organize the then-largest textile manufacturer in the South, the”
“Luckily, the couple had no problem with the baby's middle name: They picked the name Rae.”
“Bob Rae is the callous guy who, when he was premier, legislated the “temporary injunction” outside the abortion clinic, where Linda Gibbons has been arrested countless times.”
“I heard that Rae is extending and that Nick and Emily are moving to Baku ... who is the other person staying with PC?”
“In the 2007 photos, Rae is barely up to Leah's shoulder, and now they're almost the same height.”
“I have to say that I'm in Rae's camp on the matter of the Tims.”
“Only Rae is growing out her bangs and her hair is in her face all the time.”
“Anyway, PopWatchers, I think Rae is still my favorite, but Laura definitely wins Miss Congeniality.”
“I just think Rae is right in that he doesn't think there can BE happy endings and goes for the gut punch.”
“Of course, Tyra had to ruin them with her stupid "no eyebrows" bullshit, but whatever, Rae is still going to win.”
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