noun[mass noun] archaic
A feeling of pity, distress, or grief.
- The young men, fiery savage children of a gentle civilized mother, slew with neither ruth nor pity.
- Her honesty is never ruthless in the strict sense of the word; there is ruth, or mercy, even for the worst.
- But when it comes to making personnel decisions, Johnson is legendarily ruthless; not an ounce of ruth in him.
Words that rhyme with ruthbuck tooth, couth, Duluth, forsooth, Maynooth, sleuth, sooth, strewth, tooth, truth, youth
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