Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of stream.
- n. An instrument to keep the malt in the vat.
“That said, I would be interested to see proper statistics as to knife crime because it would not be the 1st time a strom is whipped up for something that is not particularly outside the norms …”
“Five People Born on January 21 birthdays, frankie muniz, george custer, little richard, strom thurmond, walt disney”
“At a campaign stop at the Rioz steakhouse, his stump speech apparently went down a strom.”
“So strom = jwest does that mean we had two trolls come out of the closet? or just how do you classify two different names one person? think theres a mental diagnosis for that.”
“How do Southerners keep blacks from going to public schools? strom, do you deny that some public schools are better than others?”
“These polls show a pretty steady mix of approvals around 50%, strom – from pollingreport. com”
“Fred ♪ ♫ ♪ says: strom seems to forget when republicans told dems to sit down and shut up that they were in power.”
“I see strom front is gathering clouds around uranus.”
“Zimzone says: jwest, backedup, strom, blueblahblah, pants on the ground! pants on the ground! pants on the ground! pants on the ground!”
“Right before a strom almost everything bites, or with on off rain.”
Looking for tweets for strom.