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How to use roués in a sentence

The number of young and old roues is enormous, and they require special irritants, excess having deadened and surfeited them.
WOMAN UNDER SOCIALISMAUGUST BEBEL
The practical philosophy of the indefatigable roues sums itself up in this sentence uttered by Trimalchio.
THE SATYRICON, COMPLETEPETRONIUS ARBITER
Many of them had been roues, gamblers, and spendthrifts, but none of them had ever been a liar.
FELIX O'DAYF. HOPKINSON SMITH
No group angered her quite so much as these staring young roues.
MAIN STREETSINCLAIR LEWIS
His roues and valets were always eager to present fresh mistresses to him, from which he generally selected one.
THE MEMOIRS OF LOUIS XIV., HIS COURT AND THE REGENCY, COMPLETEDUC DE SAINT-SIMON
It was the sacred hour of the roues and the supper, at which all idea of business was banished.
THE MEMOIRS OF LOUIS XIV., HIS COURT AND THE REGENCY, COMPLETEDUC DE SAINT-SIMON
Those little pavilions in which the old roues sported were never meant to be seen by daylight, depend on't.
MEN'S WIVESWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY

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