Definition of Strummed

1. Verb. (past of strum) ¹



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Definition of Strummed

1. strum [v] - See also: strum

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Strummed

struggle-buggy
struggled
struggler
strugglers
struggles
struggling
strugglingly
strull
strulls
strum
struma
strumae
strumas
strumatic
strumbled
strummed (current term)
strummel
strummels
strummer
strummers
strumming
strummings
strummy
strumose
strumous
strumousness
strumpets
strums

Literary usage of Strummed

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1. Fond Adventures: Tales of the Youth of the World by Maurice Henry Hewlett (1905)
"A couple of minstrels half kneeled on the floor, and strummed their strings to deaf ears. ... strummed ..."

2. Spons' Mechanics' Own Book: A Manual for Handicraftsmen and Amateurs by Spon (1901)
"A line is drawn on the face where a break is required ; this is " strummed " in with a " pitching-tool " or " nicker " ; the edges ore also strummed in. ..."

3. Report on Iron and Steel by William Phipps Blake (1876)
"A line is drawn on the face where a break is required; this is "strummed" in with a " pitching-tool" or " nicker;" the edges are also strummed in. ..."

4. Island Song Lyrics Volume 3 by Larry W. Jones (2004)
"... strummed their guitars Under the moon and bright tropical stars There are islands waiting just for you With the music of love called kiho'alu They ..."

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