Definition of Strewth

1. Interjection. (Australia New Zealand British) A mild oath expressing surprise or generally adding emphasis. ¹



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Definition of Strewth

1. an oath [interj] - See also: oath

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Strewth

strew
strewage
strewages
strewed
strewer
strewers
strewing
strewings
strewment
strewments
strewn
strewn field
strewnfield
strewnfields
strews
strewth (current term)
strešica
stria
striae
striata
striatal
striate
striate body
striate vein
striated
striated muscle
striated muscle cell
striated muscle fiber
striated muscle tissue
striated muscles

Literary usage of Strewth

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1. Out and about London by Thomas Burke (1919)
"'strewth—d'yeh know, when a Cockney like ... comes along to the stall I feel like dropping down dead—'strewth, I do. Never get none o' the usual 'appy crowd ..."

2. Out and about: A Note-book of London in War-time by Thomas Burke (1919)
"'strewth—d'yeh know, when a Cockney like ... comes along to the stall I feel like dropping down dead—'strewth, I do. Never get none o' the usual 'appy crowd ..."

3. With the Serbs in Macedonia by Douglas Walshe (1920)
"... Is " 'strewth, it's cold ! " When it's wet in Macedonia, it ain't exactly dry; Oh, strike me pink, it isn't half a Flood! The roadways turn to rivers in ..."

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