Wayne was returning home from a business trip... bags in hand ... and slowly making his way to his vehicle in the crowded airport garage.
Suddenly a large dark car screeched to a stop in front of Wayne, and the driver pointed menacingly at him. “Get in," the driver ordered. "I"ll take you to your car."
Startled, Wayne took a step backward. "Ah ... no thanks," he answered. "I can get there myself."
"No," the man barked back as he threw open his passenger side door. "Get In !"
Wayne’s eyes now darted around the garage, hoping to find a security guard.
Just then, the driver’s face softened. "Please," he said, "I’ve been driving up and down for two hours. I can’t find a space to park and I want yours.
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abbr. (in an invitation etc.) Please answer. [french repondez s'il vous plaît]
wedding n. Fortieth wedding anniversary.
- —n. (pl. -ies) 1 rare precious stone varying in colour from deep crimson to pale rose. - deep red colour. —adj. Of this colour. [latin rubeus red] RUCK
n. - (prec. By the) main body of competitors not likely to overtake the leaders.
- undistinguished crowd or group. - rugby loose scrum. [apparently scandinavian] - —v. (often foll. By up) make or become creased or wrinkled. —n. Crease or wrinkle. [old norse] RUDE
adj. - impolite or offensive.
- roughly made or done; crude (rude plough). - primitive or uneducated (rude simplicity). - abrupt, sudden, startling (rude awakening). - colloq. Indecent, lewd (rude joke). - vigorous or hearty (rude health). rudely adv. Rudeness n. [latin rudis] RUFF
n. - projecting starched frill worn round the neck, esp. In the 16th c.
- projecting or coloured ring of feathers or hair round a bird's or animal's neck. - domestic pigeon. - (fem. Reeve) wading bird with a ruff. [perhaps = *rough] - —v. Trump at cards. —n. Trumping. [french ro(u)ffle] RUIN
—n. - destroyed, wrecked, or spoiled state.
- downfall or elimination (ruin of my hopes). - complete loss of one's property or position (bring to ruin). - (in sing. Or pl.) Remains of a building etc. That has suffered ruin. - cause of ruin (the ruin of us). —v. - a bring to ruin (extravagance has ruined me). B spoil, damage. - (esp. As ruined adj.) Reduce to ruins. in ruins completely wrecked (hopes were in ruins). [latin ruo fall] RULE
of thumb n. Rule based on experience or practice rather than theory.
- —n. - compulsory principle governing action. - prevailing custom or standard; normal state of things. - government or dominion (under british rule). - graduated straight measure; ruler. - code of discipline of a religious order. - order made by a judge or court with reference to a particular case only. - printing thin line or dash. —v. (-ling) 1 dominate; keep under control. - (often foll. By over) have sovereign control of (rules over a vast kingdom). - (often foll. By that) pronounce authoritatively. - a make parallel lines across (paper). B make (a straight line) with a ruler etc. as a rule usually. Rule out exclude; pronounce irrelevant or ineligible. Rule the roost be in control. [latin regula] RUMP
n. - hind part of a mammal or bird, esp. The buttocks.
- remnant of a parliament etc. [probably scandinavian] - steak n. Cut of beef from the rump. RUNE
n. - letter of the earliest germanic alphabet.
- similar mark of mysterious or magic significance. runic adj. [old norse] RUNG
n. - step of a ladder.
- strengthening crosspiece in a chair etc. [old english] - past part. Of *ring2.
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