Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Slaughter; destruction.
“It must be a strage world for you when a law may actually have a use.”
“The most amazing thing that they could have done on their inevitable exit was to come on strage in Wham! outfits and sing my favourite Boyzone song horrifically out of tune and remind me as to why I fell in love with them in the first place.”
“My situation is the exact opposite: I seem to find lots of examples of "uber-hero" or "obscure tech saves the day" or "random dystopian world with dark hero" or "ooh, look, weird abandoned world with strage tech" or ... well, you get the idea, in SF.”
“So in a strage way, science carries with it a color of transparancy, of openness, which is the beginning of democracy …”
“Even having heard the final clip several times, after watching all the videos again followed by the original, I can't help but feel certain things - particularly some of the weapon sounds - sounded strage or mis-matched.”
“For one young Dutch clerk, Jacob de Zoet, a strage adventure of duplicity, love, guilt, faith and murder is about to begin – and all the while, unbeknownst to the men confined on Dejima, the axis of global power is turning...”
“It seems strage that as the entire world realizes what pure free enterprise has done to the world that a political party in Saskatchewan would think it is a good idea to champion.”
“August 19, 2009 at 3:29 pm yesh ai knows ai iz strage teen, ai lubs skool”
“Se nessuno fermerà questa strage, potresti essere il prossimo.”
“One of the stranger turns of Eppler's career was his star turn as the chief bloodsucker of Roberto Mauri's La strage dei vampiri SLAUGHTER OF THE VAMPIRES aka CURSE OF THE BLOOD GHOULS, 1963.”
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