ruttish

adjective
rut·tish | \ ˈrə-tish \

Definition of ruttish 

: inclined to rut : lustful

Other words from ruttish

ruttishly adverb
ruttishness noun

First Known Use of ruttish

1607, in the meaning defined above

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Dictionary Entries near ruttish

ruttee

rutter

ruttiness

ruttish

ruttle

rutty

rutuburi

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