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- v. To stroll, meander.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To stroll; wander; go about idly.
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I have likewise some things to finish for Chambers before I go, and then I think I shall be able to enjoy a few days of a stravaig ....
Hamish, we will stravaig to the South End and see the sheep there and come back hame again.
But putting the afternoon's stravaig and the morning's ramble together made quite a decent day's exercise; and I believe the two or three hours in the jungle with its strange sights and sounds, flowers, birds, and beasts, were as interesting as a Phoungies 'funerals.
He spok of both of ye all night most beautiful, and how ye used to stravaig on the Saturday afternoons, and of AULD KELVINSIDE.