- striated border,
- striated muscle,
- strickland, william,
Origin of strick
Examples from the Web for strick
Strick was an eager lover, quick to jealousy—Glasson was uncommunicative even to Vashti, and careless of her opinions.Beggars on Horseback|F. Tennyson Jesse
These two parts are severed when it is desired to utilize only the best part of the strick.The Jute Industry: From Seed to Finished Cloth|T. Woodhouse and P. Kilgour
I said the "strick" would keep, and I had climbed hill enough for one night.Roughing It|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
Won′derous (same as Wondrous); Won′der-struck, -strick′en, struck with wonder or astonishment.
I'll never have the man who's wanting the strick of carle hemp in the making of him!'Two Penniless Princesses|Charlotte M. Yonge
Word Origin for strick
"bundle of broken hemp, etc.," c.1400, from root of strike (v.). Also as a verb (c.1400).