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Noun
/ro͞oz/,/ro͞os/,
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ruses, plural;
  1. An action intended to deceive someone; a trick
    • - Eleanor tried to think of a ruse to get Paul out of the house

  1. a deceptive maneuver (especially to avoid capture)
  2. Ruše (German: Maria Rast) is a city and a municipality in Slovenia. It lies on the Drava River, between the Pohorje Hills and Kozjak Hills. It is approximately 12 km from Maribor, the center of the Slovenian region of Styria.
  3. Rousse (or Ruse) Province (Област Русе) or Rusenska Oblast (Русенска област) is a province in northern Bulgaria, neighbouring Romania via the Danube. It is named after its main city, Rousse, and other municipalities are Borovo, Byala, Dve mogili, Ivanovo, Slivo pole, Tsenovo, and Vetovo.
  4. R.U.S.E. is a real-time strategy video game developed by Eugen Systems and published by Ubisoft which was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in September 2010. R.U.S.E. ...
  5. The Ruse is a 4 piece indie rock band based in Los Angeles, California. The band was started in 2004 in New York City, but relocated in 2005 to California. The band is known for grand, epic sounding songs and a captivating live show.
  6. United Company RUSAL (ОК РУСАЛ, /OK RUSAL/) is the world's largest aluminium company, with headquarter in Moscow, Russian Federation. UC RUSAL accounts for almost 11% of the world's primary aluminium output and 13% of the world’s alumina production. ...
  7. a town in northeastern Bulgaria
  8. a trick; guile
  9. (n.) a trick (Oliver concocted an elaborate ruse for sneaking out of the house to meet his girlfriend while simultaneously giving his mother the impression that he was asleep in bed.)
  10. n.s. [French.] Cunning; artifice; little stratagem; trick; wile; fraud; deceit. A French word neither elegant nor necessary.
  11. (Army) - A technique of deception operations designed to deceive the enemy, characterized by deliberately exposing false information to the collection means of the enemy, thereby obtaining an advantage. ...
  12. A word that Lyotard uses in (The Postmodern Condition: A Report on Knowledge ) to talk about the language moves that people make in paralogical conversations. There has been some deliberation on PMTH as to whether this term carries unfortunate connotation that such moves must be deceptive. ...
  13. n. crafty person; sly person
  14. crafty, tricky, cunning, sly