[ struhth-erz ]

  1. a city in NE Ohio, near Youngstown.

Words Nearby Struthers Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use Struthers in a sentence

  • No shrinking violet, Gallagher likes the stage and will appear in a production of Love Letters with Sally Struthers this spring.

    The Next Glenn Beck | Samuel P. Jacobs | February 7, 2010 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • The design and finely finished work do great credit to Mr. Strickland as an architect and to Mr. Struthers as an artist.

  • Struthers kept on making small, half audible remarks—which was bad form, and displeased Josephine, the hostess of the evening.

    Aaron's Rod | D. H. Lawrence
  • I'll have three days home this time, and I'll show you down to Struthers' place, and—by jingoes!

    Mixed Faces | Roy Norton
  • He went yesterday, much to the open grief of an adoring and heart-broken Struthers.

    The Prairie Mother | Arthur Stringer
  • Men broke from our ranks, but were held with difficulty by Struthers and Getty.

    Pony Tracks | Frederic Remington