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stravage

intransitive verb stra·vage \strə-ˈvāg\

Definition of STRAVAGE

chiefly Scottish
:  roam

Variants of STRAVAGE

stra·vage or stra·vaig \strə-ˈvāg\

Origin of STRAVAGE

probably by shortening & alteration from extravagate
First Known Use: 1773

Rhymes with STRAVAGE

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