Definition of Stroup

1. a spout [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stroup

strophulus
stropped
stropper
stroppers
stroppier
stroppiest
stroppily
stroppiness
stropping
stroppy
strops
stroud
strouding
stroudings
strouds
stroup (current term)
stroupan
stroupans
stroups
strout
strouted
strouting
strouts
strove
strow
strowed
strowen
strower
strowers
strowing

Literary usage of Stroup

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1. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1905)
"The deed conveying the tract so purchased was, at his direction, so made as to convey the fee to the appellee Daniel F. stroup, subject to a life estate in ..."

2. Messages of the Men and Religion Movement by Men and Religion Forward Movement (1912)
"VII BETTER CHURCH BUILDINGS—A NECESSITY NW stroup The Country Church is the oae institution that has done and can do most to enrich individual character, ..."

3. Messages of the Men and Religion Movement by Men and Religion Forward Movement (1912)
"VII BETTER CHURCH BUILDINGS—A NECESSITY NW stroup The Country Church is the one institution that has done and can do most to enrich individual character, ..."

4. Ohio Legal News (1896)
"... Webber & stroup, for plaintiffs. EJ Johnson, Hopkins & Herrick, lor defendant. NEW LAWS. The following new general laws have been enacted by the ..."

5. Proceedings of the Good Roads Institute, Held at the University of North by University of North Carolina (1793-1962) (1919)
"... places of Norn Rayfield and John stroup, 2^ miles S. 60° W. of Landers Chapel, but these pits are now filled up. The country rock is hornblende schist, ..."

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