stravaig

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stravaig (third-person singular simple present stravaigs, present participle stravaiging, simple past and past participle stravaiged)

  1. To stroll, meander.
    • 1946: Rebecca West, "Greenhouse with Cyclamens I," in A Train of Powder, p. 22.
      It is tedious work, training clematis over low posts, so that its beauty does not stravaig up the walls but lies open under the eye; but on the edge of the town many gardeners grew it thus.

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