The Collaborative International Dictionary
Rew \Rew\, n. [See Row a series.]
A row. [Obs.]
--Chaucer. ``A rew of sundry colored stones.''
Rew is a surname and place name of English origin, and may refer to:
n. (obsolete form of row English)
Usage examples of "rew".
She picked up the remote to rew, glanced toward the station sign, and saw me.
Some of the spicemen chuckled, while a half dozen followed Rew out into the hot night.
Gurney and yelling disparaging comments at Rew, though a handful of men grumbled and moved closer, siding with the surly man.
Nile Rew and his fellow escapees had been arrested as soon as they landed their craft, a wild story of forced work camps in the deep desert had leaked out.
Annoyed at being treated like a child, Caitlin glanced at the newspaper an t ien rew in reath.
It would be a welcome relief: a bit of good rews in an increasingly gloomy picture.
In prime of youthly yeares, when first the flowreOf beauty gan to bud, and bloosme delight,And nature me endu'd with plenteous dowre,Of all her gifts, that pleasde each liuing sight,I was belou'd of many a gentle Knight,And sude and sought with all the seruice dew:Full many a one for me deepe groand and sigh't,And to the dore of death for sorrow drew,Complayning out on me, that would not on them rew.