[ struh-mash, stram-uh sh ]
/ strəˈmæʃ, ˈstræm əʃ /
an uproar; disturbance.
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Origin of stramash
First recorded in 1795–1805; origin uncertain
Words nearby stramash
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Example sentences from the Web for stramash
Men hae been married afore now without making sic a stramash.Tommy and Grizel|J.M. Barrie
British Dictionary definitions for stramash
/ (strəˈmæʃ) Scot /
an uproar; tumult; brawl
to destroy; smash
Word Origin for stramash
C18: perhaps expanded from smash
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