sturt

[ sturt ]
/ stɜrt /

noun Scot.

violent quarreling.

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Origin of sturt

1325–75; Middle English; metathetic variant of strut1

OTHER WORDS FROM sturt

sturt·y, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for sturt

Sturt
/ (stɜːt) /

noun

Charles. 1795–1869, English explorer, who led three expeditions (1828–29; 1829; 1844–45) into the Australian interior, discovering the Darling River (1828)
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