a coarse woolen cloth, blanket, or garment formerly used by the British in bartering with the North American Indians.
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How to use stroud in a sentence
Byzantium by Ben stroud A debut collection of stories that spans countries and eras with delightful ease.
Colonel Fox, member for stroud, accepted the Chiltern hundreds in his favour, and became secretary to the ordnance.The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III. | E. Farr and E. H. Nolan
And malignantly, his eyes blazing with a jealous, evil light, he shot stroud—twice.
For the horseman who had ridden out of the covert was stroud, the Rancho Seco straw-boss.
They came upon stroud, lying near some bushes, and they saw his horse, grazing on the tall grass near by.
But one day, when walking from stroud into Gloucester, I happened to meet a real beggar.Beggars | W. H. (William Henry) Davies
British Dictionary definitions for stroud
a coarse woollen fabric
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