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Common misspellings for stray

striat, destruy, salaray, storly, strach, dystroy, deastroy, strage, satrday, stayl, xtras, sterdy, strim, astra, hisotry, strate, traiy, strea, straed, histry, stoary, ecetra, strack, stren, asstray, strom, yesteray, starat, sutarday, dissoray, stroy, sturat, skarey, diseray, strigh, softwrae, secteray, sttory, esstuary, sterly, strawn, steaky, striagh, strearm, sytream, strayer, sotre, strue, sirah, straegy, stari, steril, staregy, straff, distroy, strat, strag, mystry, mitary, stroty, scray, straigh, sutre, sterio, storae, purtray, xsura, strog, deystroy, storu, stragiey, satruday, storyof, mystary, stiry, strudy, sarary, astry, satry, surar, storiy, xtra, strok, steri, starway, petray, saturady, stree, streat, sertaily, strck, strory, stsay, stirdy, citry, stero, stard, secertary, strad, seatare, strapp, stayy, strie, notray, soutrh, streo, soryy, ssorry, styrle, straith, streeo, satarday, histury, sosrry, satudray, starty, cetra, histroy, streach, streey, streph, sedetary, sturday, itieary, saterday, sergary, strony, stragey, stary, potray, starp, staty, srry, storag, batary, saturaday, streamy, slary, straid, sotrage, strun, sstay, sstory, citera, sttay, suday, strif, satyrday, staiway, stready, strachy, striga, shotaro, strow, sterial, nessarary, starage, storaga, strao, stroe, ddestroy, 2story, struk, storey, mastary, aostry, streath, storty, neserairy, steral, straem, wxtra, stay, strob, estra, stratey, suturday, dietray, saurday, storry, strough, citria, utra, stayd, starly, streachy, staly, nescerary, ceteria, cemetray, starc, stragh, strayn, staye, striae, santuray, strair, stra, satirday, stran, styae, struc, ystery, stury, strol, srtory, sority, satday, stayu, dissaray, stearoy, starday, storyw, storee, disaray, cetefay, strappy, stufy, straght, setril, straum, stroak, symetrey, satureday, socitry, estury, sterow, cetral, secetray, strechy, stearo, stram, sdram, stady, stsory, sightread, stread, stras, sarry, mistary, strtchy, sray, yestereay, syory, stradgey, stoiry, sautrday, stariway, cirtera, sterr, starigh, streap, storgare, straet, strart, sroty, strik, sartuday, starf, stroey, srtay, strean, stauy, stafy, straf, stragy, sotry, stradgy, stry, sunreay, stirfry, ysterday, 300xtra, styory, streal, strian, stoery, ssturday, satrurday, sterday, stayt, strayt, stracco, stirway, starw, staory, histary, histriy, sataerday, stelary, soryry, stragie, ostrey, salray, starm, starv, struday, staruday, stopry, stoyr, scerad, destroi, stario, stara, strir, stirr, strio, soorry, skary, saturay, swtory, saleray, dstroy, itary, srooy, cietria, stregh, patray, derstroy, straig, steday, starz, sorryt, staay, smary, stromy, strak, cetury, storuy, shtory, stiory, cirteira, astary, sarurday, steroe, dustry, disseray, striv, sotory, watary, storyy, stpry, disoray, steryl, strane, strug, destrey, diestroy, hiostry, ihstory, sarah, secetrary, secetry, surat, sirry, sorrty, sorwry, sparay, starr, sttaf, starth, strae, stery, staturay, satay, staya, steay, sterao, staoy, straih, strai, strathey, streaot, straie, straut, suitra, testra, ttry.

Definitions of stray

  1.   homeless cat
  2.   Figuratively, to wander from the path of duty or rectitude; to err.
  3.   To wander; rove from the way; deviate.
  4.   Any domestic animal that has left an inclosure and wanders at large or is lost.
  5.   The act of wandering or going astray.
  6.   To wander, as from a direct course, from company, or from the proper limits; to wander from the path of duty or rectitude; to deviate; to roam; to run in a serpentine course.
  7.   To wander, as from a direct course; to deviate, or go out of the way.
  8.   To cause to stray.
  9.   A domestic animal that has wandered away or is lost; a person who wanders aimlessly or is lost.
  10.   To wander from the path or beyond limits; to roam; to err.
  11.   Having gone astray; strayed; wandering; as, a strayhorse or sheep.
  12.   Irregular.
  13.   Gone from the right way or beyond limits; wandering; as, a stray dog; irregular; occasional; as, a stray remark.
  14.   To wander from company, or from the proper limits; to rove at large; to roam; to go astray.
  15.   lose clarity or turn aside especially from the main subject of attention or course of argument in writing, thinking, or speaking; " She always digresses when telling a story"; " her mind wanders"; " Don't digress when you give a lecture"
  16.   An animal that has wandered.
  17.   wander from a direct or straight course
  18.   lose clarity or turn aside esp. from the main subject of attention or course of argument in writing, thinking, or speaking; " She always digresses when telling a story"; " her mind wanders"; " Don't digress when you give a lecture"
  19.   To wander: to go from the inclosure, company, or proper limits: to err: to rove: to deviate from duty or rectitude.
  20.   A domestic animal that has strayed; an estray.
  21.   Having gone astray; wandering.
  22.   wander from a direct course or at random; " The child strayed from the path and her parents lost sight of her"; " don't drift from the set course"
  23.   Any domestic animal that has an inclosure, or its proper place and company, and wanders at large, or is lost; an estray. Used also figuratively.
  24.   A wandering or lost animal.
  25.   To wander; rove; roam.
  26.   Gone astray.
  27.   Wandering; lost; detached.
  28.   A domestic animal that has strayed or is lost.
  29.   move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment; " The gypsies roamed the woods"; " roving vagabonds"; " the wandering Jew"; " The cattle roam across the prairie"; " the laborers drift from one town to the next".
  30.   not close together in time; " isolated instances of rebellion"; " scattered fire"; " a stray bullet grazed his thigh"
  31.   To wander, as from a known road or place, from a company, or from proper limits; to ramble; to err; to go at large.
  32.   Having strayed; straying.

Quotes of stray

  1. Reasoning at every step he treads, Man yet mistakes his way, Whilst meaner things, whom instinct leads, Are rarely known to stray – William Cowper
  2. It could be my downfall, but I don't think it is- Hollywood is run on perception, and if you stray off the path of what you want to do with your career, it's suicide. – Charlie Hunnam
  3. I'm glad that my films have been consistently faring well rather than one stray Friday! – Akshay Kumar
  4. However far fiction writers stray from their own lives and experiences- and I stray pretty far from mine- I think, ultimately, that we may be writing what we need to write in some way, albeit unconsciously. – Wally Lamb
  5. If it takes you 20 or 25 years to establish yourself in one field, you really ought to be careful not to stray too far. – Joshua Lederberg
  6. My wife and I have so much fun when we travel and find anything... like stray cats and squirrels. – Eric Roberts
  7. I can't tell you how many people have asked me to show them Stray Cat Strut and that little diminished run on the C. I guess my brain is wired backwards. I don't know what possessed me to do that, but I did. – Brian Setzer
  8. With the Stray Cats at least, we really took the music somewhere else. First, we wrote our own songs. That's a real weak point in modern classics if you do rockabilly or blues. – Brian Setzer
  9. I have always brought home stray animals- everything from squirrels to wild rabbits to foxes and turtles. – Amy Weber
  10. How I long to fall just a little bit, to dance out of the lines and stray from the light. – Dar Williams

Usage examples for stray

  1. We met with no one in all the long day's riding, not even a stray negro, and indeed it was some hours since we had passed a house of any kind. ” – My Lady of the North by Randall Parrish
  2. He and his wife were happy people, and he never wished to stray from his path of happiness, not even with Mrs. Clarke. ” – In the Wilderness by Robert Hichens
  3. Far from their home two children stray Among the mountains far away, The eldest of these travellers bold, Jack Smith he was but six years old. ” – Poems of James McIntyre by James McIntyre
  4. She would show him that he could not go around picking up stray beauties and sending her after them to pet them for him. ” – The Witness by Grace Livingston Hill Lutz
  5. “ I could feel her other hand stray toward me. ” – Montlivet by Alice Prescott Smith
  6. The horses are close at hand, and you may be certain they won't stray while the feed is plentiful. ” – Dick in the Desert by James Otis
  7. Only pausing to push back a stray lock of hair, she ran quickly downstairs and into the living- room. ” – The Vision of Desire by Margaret Pedler
  8. Gladly; but, are we sure there are no stray Indians about? ” – Her Weight in Gold by George Barr McCutcheon
  9. We have to keep our eyes about us though, when coming through the wood especially, but we have not let a single sheep stray away as yet. ” – Waihoura, the Maori Girl by W.H.G. Kingston
  10. He did not fire, and doubtless in the darkness saw merely a stray horse broken from the picket- rope. ” – My Lady of the North by Randall Parrish
  11. The Parisian is not a coward; but his individuality is so strongly developed that he objects to that individuality being destroyed by some stray shot. ” – Diary of the Besieged Resident in Paris by Henry Labouchère
  12. “ I was nearly frightened out of my life- frightened by negroes and stray dogs, and afraid that I should see Freke every moment before me, and, if he should overtake me, I knew I should go back with him. ” – Throckmorton by Molly Elliot Seawell
  13. “ Domini did not let her eyes stray any more towards the stranger. ” – The Garden Of Allah by Robert Hichens
  14. Stray clouds have cast their shadows on the landscape and darkened the room now and then. ” – Plays by August Strindberg, Second series by August Strindberg
  15. If any of your horses should stray away, my young men will bring them back to you. ” – An Autobiography of Buffalo Bill (Colonel W. F. Cody) by Buffalo Bill (William Frederick Cody)
  16. Returning very sorrowful, and caring now for nothing, I found this little stray thing lying, her arms upon her, and not a sign of life, except the way that she was biting. ” – Lorna Doone, A Romance of Exmoor by R. D. Blackmore
  17. When they stray away from their homes they have not wit enough either to find food which is suitable to them, or to hide themselves from dogs or wild animals who delight to worry them; so the best thing we can do is to fit them for the life we want them to lead. ” – Master Sunshine by Mrs. C. F. Fraser
  18. But I saw that the fellow in the lead must be checked, or a stray bullet might hit me or the horse. ” – An Autobiography of Buffalo Bill (Colonel W. F. Cody) by Buffalo Bill (William Frederick Cody)
  19. But now let me offer you a stray handful of leaves from my note- book- mere suggestions of travel. ” – Over the Rocky Mountains to Alaska by Charles Warren Stoddard
  20. From all points of view, then, the object of creation in art or science is a girdle of impulses from which the mind may not stray – The Psychology of Beauty by Ethel D. Puffer

Rhymes for stray

Idioms for stray

  • stray onto sth;
  • stray in( to sth);
  • stray ( away) ( from sth);