- n. Plural form of rut.
“Looks like the second ruts is kicking in around my home in the lower piedmont now.”
“To avoid getting hung up on the log, approach it at an angle and roll over it one wheel at a time. this method works well on deep rain ruts, too.”
“Look for traction-robbing problems like rain ruts and loose shale.”
“So, normally I don't actually "choose" my reading material, but sometimes it's even better that way, as I tend to get in ruts of reading the same author (* cough* Kerouac * cough*.)”
“We crossed an awful serra all in ruts, and full of scarped rock, mud-holes, or atoleiros; the highest point was four thousand two hundred feet.”
“If we are inside each other's heads eternally then we had better get rolling and stop worrying about all the so called ruts in the road.”
“I think another way of casting the problem is to flip the perspective: how often do players get into "ruts" that eventually lead them to places in the game-world space that they either don't like or get bored of?”
“But, although "ruts" may often mean a comfortable existence, they are the end of all progress.”
“You called roots 'ruts' jess now, an 'yuh said we'd' sun 'be whar them other fellers be.”
“The profession of teaching, like all other professions, runs in its fixed grooves or, as popularly expressed, its "ruts," and it will be long ere the noble example of RICH will inspire a spirit of imitation.”
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