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Stray, subst. 1) dereliction, aberration: “I would not from your love make such a s.” Lr. I, 1, 212.
2) a straggler, a vagabond: “impounded as a s. the king of Scots,” H5 I, 2, 160. “to seize me for a s.” H6B IV, 10, 27.
Collectively, == stragglers: “pursue the scattered s.” H4B IV, 2, 120.
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