Definition of Stroud

1. n. A kind of coarse blanket or garment used by the North American Indians.



Definition of Stroud

1. Noun. A kind of coarse blanket or garment used by Native Americans. ¹

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Definition of Stroud

1. a coarse woolen blanket [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stroud

strophioles
strophoid
strophoids
strophuli
strophulus
stropped
stropper
stroppers
stroppier
stroppiest
stroppily
stroppiness
stropping
stroppy
strops
stroud (current term)
strouding
stroudings
strouds
stroup
stroupan
stroupans
stroups
strout
strouted
strouting
strouts
strove
strow
strowed

Literary usage of Stroud

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1. The Delaware Water Gap: Its Scenery, Its Legends and Early History by Luke Wills Brodhead (1870)
"stroud Family. Jacob stroud was born at Am well, NJ, in 1735. He, with three brothers, ... One of the stroud brothers lost his life in this engagement. ..."

2. The Bibliographer's Manual of Gloucestershire Literature: Being a Classified by Francis Adams Hyett, William Bazeley (1896)
"Proceedings of the stroud Meeting of the Bristol and Gloucestershire ... Regulations of the Scheol Attendance Committee of the stroud Board of Guardians. ..."

3. Reports of the Decisions of the Court of Appeals of the State of New York by New York (State). Court of Appeals, Austin Abbott (1874)
"stroud v. TILTON. September, 1866. Witnesses are competent to prove the general ... William stroud sued David Tilton, in the supreme court, to recover, ..."

4. Sessional Papers (1901)
"On the 4th October, 1899, a memorial was received by the Board from the stroud Rural District Council complaining of the absence of any proper system of ..."

5. A Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin: Presenting the Original Facts and Documents Upon by Harriet Beecher Stowe (1853)
"The legislature of South Carolina, in 1740, enounced the following preamble : — stroud's sketch, "Whereas, the having of slaves P' 8S- taught to write, ..."

6. The Delaware Water Gap: Its Scenery, Its Legends and Early History by Luke Wills Brodhead (1870)
"stroud Family. Jacob stroud was born at Am well, NJ, in 1735. He, with three brothers, ... One of the stroud brothers lost his life in this engagement. ..."

7. The Bibliographer's Manual of Gloucestershire Literature: Being a Classified by Francis Adams Hyett, William Bazeley (1896)
"Proceedings of the stroud Meeting of the Bristol and Gloucestershire ... Regulations of the Scheol Attendance Committee of the stroud Board of Guardians. ..."

8. Reports of the Decisions of the Court of Appeals of the State of New York by New York (State). Court of Appeals, Austin Abbott (1874)
"stroud v. TILTON. September, 1866. Witnesses are competent to prove the general ... William stroud sued David Tilton, in the supreme court, to recover, ..."

9. Sessional Papers (1901)
"On the 4th October, 1899, a memorial was received by the Board from the stroud Rural District Council complaining of the absence of any proper system of ..."

10. A Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin: Presenting the Original Facts and Documents Upon by Harriet Beecher Stowe (1853)
"The legislature of South Carolina, in 1740, enounced the following preamble : — stroud's sketch, "Whereas, the having of slaves P' 8S- taught to write, ..."

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