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- n. One who strays.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who strays; a wanderer.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which strays; a wanderer.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who strays or falls behind
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[Illustration: 'DREAMING OF THE COT IN THE VALE'] 'Thanks to you, Good Stranger,' I said, as I came nearer, 'Periwinkle is ever a strayer.
Periwinkle was ever a strayer, and Periwinkle's dam was bleating at the edge of the steep cliff up which the stranger toiled.
Onions to Kallis, and that's a dreamy shot - slight strayer onto the pads, but he's drilled that effortlessly between midwicket and mid-on.
Not only did the proposed liaison come somewhat lower down my list of priorities than darning socks, I could see that the poor girlfriend acquiesced only to the arrangement as a way of keeping the terminal strayer within her sights.
On comes Paul Harris for token tweak before tea - strayer down leg, turned away by Strauss for the single that takes him to his fastest Test half-ton (49 balls, donchaknow).
(As a mom/woman I don't see that Erin would have been the strayer at this point in her life).
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If you're unfortunate enough to end up with a strayer, there is no security system on earth that will keep them faithful - and only heartbreak ahead for the partner who makes it their life mission to cling on.
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