Definition of Strollers

1. Noun. (plural of stroller) ¹



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Definition of Strollers

1. stroller [n] - See also: stroller

Lexicographical Neighbors of Strollers

stroked
strokelike
stroken
strokeplay
stroker
strokers
strokes
strokesman
strokesmen
stroking
strokings
stroll
strolled
stroller
strollerobics
strollers (current term)
strolling
strollingly
strolls
stroma
stromal
stromata
stromateid
stromateid fish
stromatic
stromatolite
stromatolites
stromatolith
stromatoliths
stromatolitic

Literary usage of Strollers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Gaslight and Daylight: With Some London Scenes They Shine Upon by George Augustus Sala (1859)
"THE strollers. Have not the righteous powers of law, reform, science, and sectarianism ... strollers have been declared rogues and vagabonds by all sorts of ..."

2. Gaslight and Daylight: With Some London Scenes They Shine Upon by George Augustus Sala (1859)
"THE strollers. Have not the righteous powers of law, reform, science, and sectarianism ... strollers have been declared rogues and vagabonds by all sorts of ..."

3. Once a Week by Eneas Sweetland Dallas (1867)
"TUB little Tillage, all astir, THE strollers. Has turned out, to a man, ... The sturdy clay-streaked ploughmen pause, As two by two the strollers pass, ..."

4. History of the American Theatre by William Dunlap (1833)
"WHEN Kemble, or his sister Siddons, or his rival Cooke, went the round of the provincial theatres, were they not strollers ? But they played in the theatres ..."

5. The Piper: A Play in Four Acts by Josephine Preston Peabody (1909)
"And all we poor, we strollers, for his tenants; We gypsies and we pipers in the world, And a few hermits and sword-swallowers, And all the cast-aways that ..."

6. History of the American Theatre by George Overcash Seilhamer (1891)
"CHAPTER I. AMERICAN strollers. ENGLISH ACTORS LOOK TO THE WEST—THE ... English strollers began to make their way to the United States. ..."

7. Book News by National Book League (Great Britain) (1902)
"THE strollers. "The strollers" is an apt name. The general air of the book is aimless and unsystematic, the characters appear and disappear without apparent ..."

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