- a market town in SW Scotland, in W Dumfries and Galloway: fishing port with a ferry service to Northern Ireland. Pop: 10 851 (2001)
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Examples from the Web for stranraer
You remember that summer we did the cruise from Southampton to Stranraer?The Mystery of the Green Ray
William Le Queux
She had just been sold to a gentleman to go to Stranraer, where she is at the present time.Yachting Vol. 1
William Kerr procured seed corn from Stranraer, and distributed some among his less wealthy neighbours to sow their lands.
In this, the extreme of their distress, William Kerr heard that a vessel had arrived at Stranraer with grain.
One of the dogs had taken a first prize at Lytham and another a second at Stranraer.From John O'Groats to Land's End
Robert Naylor and John Naylor