Note: these 'words' (valid or invalid) are all the permutations of the word sue. These words are obtained by scrambling the letters in sue.
Definitions and meaning of sue
From Middle Englishseuen, sewen, siwen, borrowed from Anglo-Normansuer, siwer et al. and Old Frenchsivre(“to follow after”) ( > French suivre), from Vulgar Latin*sequere(“to follow”), from Latinsequi. Cognate with Italianseguire and Spanishseguir. Doublet of segue. Related to suit.
Homophones: Sioux, sou, Su, Sue, sew (etymology 2)
sue (third-person singular simple presentsues, present participlesuing, simple past and past participlesued)
(transitive) To file a legal action against someone, generally a non-criminal action.
(transitive, intransitive) To seek by request; to make application; to petition; to entreat; to plead.
(transitive, falconry, of a hawk) To clean (the beak, etc.).
(transitive, nautical) To leave high and dry on shore.
(obsolete, transitive) To court.
(obsolete, transitive) To follow.
And the olde knyght seyde unto the yonge knyght, ‘Sir, swith me.’
1590, Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queen, III. iv:
though oft looking backward, well she vewd, / Her selfe freed from that foster insolent, / And that it was a knight, which now her sewd, / Yet she no lesse the knight feard, then that villein rude.
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