cud cud


  1. (n) food of a ruminant regurgitated to be chewed again
  2. (n) a wad of something chewable as tobacco



  1. Summer music festivals usually meander through the hot weather months peacefully masticating a cud of predigested opera and alfalfa-flavored chamber music.
  2. Chewing its cud with the rumble of a bomber squadron, the 50-ft.
  3. The horns are there for horning, the mouth for chewing a cud.


  • Former governor raised ALS profile

    The head of Massachusetts General Hospital’s ALS Center said Paul Cellucci’s heroic public battle with the disease that ultimately claimed his life was an inspiration to others. Dr. Merit Cud- kowicz, chief of neurology at the hospital, said she remembered the lift her patients felt in 2011 when the former governor and ambassador to Canada announced he had amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also ...
    on June 9, 2013     Source: Boston Herald


  1. "We believe that the sorry saga of the orange revolution is fully behind us," Meles said. "The decision to pardon the CUD members also conveys that there is no sense of revenge by the government."
    on Jul 20, 2007 By: Meles Zenawi Source: Reuters South Africa

  2. "The trend so far clearly indicates that the CUD will emerge as the winner with sufficient seats to form a government," Berhanu Nega, vice-chairman of the CUD, told a joint news conference alongside UEDF leaders.
    on May 18, 2005 By: Berhanu Nega Source: BBC News

  3. Addis, November 4, 2005 - The Prime Minister of Ethiopia said the street violence "orchestrated by the Coalition for Unity and Democracy (CUD)" has been put "under control," the same day as violence spread outside the capital and killed four people.
    on Nov 4, 2005 By: Haile Selassie Source: Geeska Afrika

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