Definition of Strode. Meaning of Strode. Synonyms of Strode
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Definition of Strode
StrodeStride Stride, v. t. [imp. Strode(Obs. Strid); p. p.
Stridden(Obs. Strid); p. pr. & vb. n. Striding.] [AS.
str[=i]dan to stride, to strive; akin to LG. striden, OFries.
str[=i]da to strive, D. strijden to strive, to contend, G.
streiten, OHG. str[=i]tan; of uncertain origin. Cf.
1. To walk with long steps, especially in a measured or
Mars in the middle of the shining shield Is graved,
and strides along the liquid field. --Dryden.
2. To stand with the legs wide apart; to straddle. StrodeStrode Strode, n.
See Strude. [Obs.] StrodeStrode Strode,
imp. of Stride. strodeStrude Strude, n.
A stock of breeding mares. [Written also strode.] [Obs.]
Meaning of Strode from wikipedia
(surname) strode's college
, a sixth
form college located
in egham, surrey. strode college
, a tertiary institution
- woodrow wilson woolwine
(july 25, 1914 december
31, 1994) (pronounced strowd, as in crowd) was a decathlete
5, 1957) is a former professional tennis player
from the united states
. career: strode
(born june 5, 1960, in el cajon, california
), is a former professional tennis player
from the united
- official_name netherbury
, country england
, region south
netherbury, parish church
of st. mary -
- strode's college
is a sixth
form college located
. its history began
in 1704 when henry strode bequeathed
£6,000 to set
- blake strode
is an american tennis
player. blake competed
in the qualifying
for the 2012 sap open , where
he defeated andre begemann
- william strode
(1598–1645) was an english politician
who sat in the house
of commons variously between
1624 and 1645. he was one of the
- laurie strode
is a fictional character
in the halloween horror
film series, portrayed
by actresses jamie
- strode's case 3 howell's state trials
294 is one of the earliest
and most important english cases dealing
with parliamentary privilege