Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A flat piece of wood for leveling grain in a measure; a strickle.
- n. A bushel measure.
- n. A handful or bunch of flax, jute, or other fiber, heckled and sorted, or ready to be heckled.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A bunch of hackled flax prepared for drawing into slivers.
“An 3 rocket fires in peshawar city from micheni to hasan garhi and kohat road ... police calls strick searching in city, starts search operation against militants.”
“I said the "strick" would keep, and I had climbed hill enough for one night.”
“I'm not sure if the Arizona state regs are as strick, but it seems to me if I have to show all those to get my card, showing a valid (real) driver's license is pretty good proof (granted, not fool-proof).”
“They want to eliminate corruption and instil strick Islamic rule.”
“No, strick that – make that 4, I had forgotten Newt ran a few cycles back didn't he?”
“We need strick limits on the private sale of phased array energy-beam weaponry.”
“Sometimes gun ranges have strick rules for hunter safety.”
“Apparently the Namibians are quite strick about rogue peeing.”
“John macain you will be pleading for your political life and nobody will listen to you ask for town hall debate there you will have but one thing that I know is that obama is like a fast bullet he strick with no mercy. if you dubt me check the list. fairandstraight”
“Ellen Page was signed on to play Lohmanâ€ ™ s role at one point, but she had to drop out because the strick caused too many of her projects to be filming at the sametime. joshmayhood”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘strick’.
I'm especially fond of ones written by Charles Sanders Peirce.
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