/ (struːθ) /

  1. an expression of surprise or dismay

Origin of strewth

C19: alteration of God's truth

Words Nearby strewth

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How to use strewth in a sentence

  • If you bloomin bearers goes cartin me into the way o stoppin another one—strewth, Ill come back an aunt yer.

    Grapes of wrath | Boyd Cable
  • When it came nearer there was a shout, "strewth, it's a Jerry plane."

  • And if yer wants a bit of bread yer awsks for pain, strewth!

    "Contemptible" | "Casualty"
  • Cyril heard "strewth," and "biggest draw you ever, so help me!"