from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To dash down; to beat.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To spring or recoil with violence.
- transitive v. To dash down; to beat.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To spring or recoil with violence.
- To spread out the limbs; walk with long ungraceful strides.
- To dash down violently; beat.
- n. A hard, long walk.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
All your little fiddling lords, Henry James, with their endless stram of words, Henry James, are not worth one sweating jay who is toiling day by day, sawing work or bailing hay, Henry James.
Research presently is focusing on primitive families of plants, forest canopy and floor arthrops, stram and vertebrate fauna.
I Reed Cld, as he promised Abramoff in an e-mail deliver 85,000 Christain Voters, Abramoff must have assumed he could deliver enough dying black Christians to create a new revenue stram.
So now if you miss the LIVE stram...you can ownload it to your hard drive and watch it on your ipod!
Hearing the hoofs in his yard and the sergeant's _stram-a-ram_ upon the door, down comes the old curmudgeon with a candle held high above his head.
"But it made me mad to have you stram up there on deck and call me names before 'em."
I hed sech a stram this mornin ',' n 'hain't hed nothin' but a two-cent roll, 't I bought 't the baker's.
According to the Google blog, the stram will begin at 10:00a BST 9:00a GMT, 2:00a PT, 5:00a ET on Friday, April 29, and will follow the wedding procession, marriage ceremony at Westminster Abbey and balcony kiss.
I can't be the only one scratching my head at all the slobbering over Sean Payton? in comparison to the cardboard cutout of a coach on the other sideline he looked like the reincarnation of hank stram.
Has anyone thought of leveraging the new stram viewing capabilities to build a HME bort of Boxee on the TiVo S3 / HD?