Definition of Stramash

1. v. t. To strike, beat, or bang; to break; to destroy.



2. n. A turmoil; a broil; a fray; a fight.

Definition of Stramash

1. an uproar [n -ES] - See also: uproar

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stramash

straitjackets
straitlaced
straitlacedly
straitlacedness
straitly
straitness
straitnesses
straits
straitwaistcoat
straitwaistcoated
straitwaistcoats
strake
straked
strakes
strakhovite
stramash (current term)
stramashes
stramazoun
stramazouns
stramenopile
stramenopiles
stramineous
strammel
strammels
stramonies
stramonium
stramoniums
stramony
stramp
stramped

Literary usage of Stramash

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1. Me and Myn by Samuel Rutherford Crockett (1907)
"I told him that I was under suspicion, and Mrs stramash told him that she would have no one in ... I said that now I would not stay if Mrs stramash paid me, ..."

2. A Glossary of North Country Words, in Use: With Their Etymology, and by John Trotter Brockett (1829)
"He made a sad stramash among the pots and pans." Applied, metaphorically, to a violent party contest, or to the disorder arising in a popular tumult or ..."

3. A Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language ...: Supplement by John Jamieson (1825)
"Add; perly strack, S. " Others think she will raise sick a stramash, that •he will send the whole government in to the air, ..."

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