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stroud

noun \ˈstrad\

Definition of STROUD

1
also stroud·ing \ˈstra-diŋ\ :  a coarse woolen cloth formerly used in trade with North American Indians
2
:  a blanket or garment of stroud

Origin of STROUD

probably from Stroud, town in England
First Known Use: 1683

Rhymes with STROUD

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