Origin of sturt
OTHER WORDS FROM sturtsturt·y, adjective
Words nearby sturt
How to use sturt in a sentence
“Dwarf mistletoe is freaky, freaky, freaky stuff,” says David Watson, an ecologist at Charles Sturt University in Australia.
I was then sent to Lieutenant Sturt, the engineer, who was nearly recovered from his wounds, for his opinion.
Through this plain there flowed a river, which Sturt called the Darling, in honour of the Governor.
Rather than break the fence, and so destroy the labours of the blacks, Sturt turned to sail back.
This was the mouth of the river Darling, which Sturt himself had previously discovered and named.
But after they had reached a chain of hills, which Sturt called the Grey Range, the warm season was already upon them.