Common misspellings for straw:
striat, strach, strage, satrday, sarow, xtras, strim, astra, strate, strea, straed, stoary, ecetra, strack, stren, strom, yesteray, starat, stroy, sturat, strigh, softwrae, strawn, striagh, strearm, sytream, sotre, strue, sirah, dtrew, stari, steril, straff, strat, strag, straigh, sutre, sterio, storae, xsura, strog, storu, satruday, stiry, skrow, satry, surar, xtra, strok, steri, starway, stree, streat, strck, stero, stard, strad, seatare, strapp, strie, soutrh, streo, styrle, straith, streeo, cetra, streach, streey, streph, staw, stragey, stary, starp, storag, straid, sotrage, scrw, strun, citera, strif, satyrday, striga, shotaro, strow, sterial, starage, storaga, strao, stroe, struk, streath, steral, straem, wxtra, strob, estra, sraw, strough, citria, strw, utra, ceteria, starc, stragh, strayn, striae, strair, stra, stran, styae, struc, stury, strol, storyw, storee, straght, setril, straum, stroak, sterow, cetral, storew, secetray, stearo, stram, sdram, sightread, stread, stras, yestereay, sautrday, stariway, cirtera, sterr, starigh, streap, storgare, straet, strart, strik, surew, starf, soroow, srtay, strean, straf, stragy, sotry, stradgy, storenow, stcw, 300xtra, streal, strian, strayt, stracco, stirway, starw, histary, sorow, stragie, starm, starv, struday, scerad, spraw, destroi, stario, stara, strir, stirr, strio, saturay, stairwa, strown, cietria, stregh, straig, starz, strak, odraw, storuy, cirteira, steroe, striv, storyy, strane, strug, sarah, surat, starr, sttaf, starth, strae, stery, sterao, straih, strai, strathey, streaot, straie, straut, suitra, testra, atraw, ztraw, xtraw, etraw, wtraw, srraw, sfraw, sgraw, syraw, s6raw, s5raw, stdaw, stfaw, sttaw, st5aw, st4aw, strzw, strsw, strww, strqw, straa, stra3, stra2, astraw, satraw, zstraw, sztraw, xstraw, sxtraw, dstraw, sdtraw, estraw, setraw, wstraw, swtraw, srtraw, strraw, sftraw, stfraw, sgtraw, stgraw, sytraw, styraw, s6traw, st6raw, s5traw, st5raw, steraw, streaw, stdraw, strdaw, strfaw, sttraw, strtaw, str5aw, st4raw, str4aw, strzaw, strazw, strsaw, strasw, strwaw, straww, strqaw, straqw, strawq, straaw, strawa, straws, straew, strawe, stra3w, straw3, stra2w, straw2, tsraw, srtaw, strwa, sstraw, 3traw, straw, qtraw, rtraw, s4raw, svraw, suraw, st2aw, stbaw, stzaw, stvaw, stpaw, stsaw, striw, strcw, stra7, strau, strav, s traw, st raw, str aw, stra w.
Definition of straw:
- Both wheat and barley straw were used by the ancient Hebrews chiefly as fodder for the horses cattle and camels. ( Genesis 24:25 ; 1 Kings 4:28 ; Isaiah 11:7 ; 66:25 ) There is no intimation that straw was used for litter. It was employed by the Egyptians for making bricks, ( Exodus 5:7 Exodus 5:16 ) being chopped up and mixed with the clay to make them more compact and to prevent their cracking. [ See BRICK] The ancient Egyptians reaped their corn close to the ear, and afterward cut the straw close to the ground and laid it by. This was the straw that Pharaoh refused to give to the Israelites who were therefore compelled to gather " stubble" instead -- a matter of considerable difficulty, seeing that the straw itself had been cut off near to the ground.
- Used in brick-making ( Exodus 5:7-18 ). Used figuratively in Job 41:27 ; Isaiah 11:7 ; 25:10 ; 65:25 .
- spread by scattering; " strew toys all over the carpet" (" straw" is archaic)
- To cover with straw; to strew, which see.
- material consisting of seed coverings and small pieces of stem or leaves that have been separated from the seeds
- a thin paper or plastic tube used to such liquids into the mouth
- a yellow tint; yellow diluted with white
- plant fiber used e. g. for making baskets and hats or as fodder
- The stalk of grain; such stalks when cut and threshed.
- The stalk on which grain grows, and from which it is thrashed a quantity of them when thrashed: anything worthless.
- Stalk of grain; mass of such stalks.
- A mere trifle.
- A dried or ripened stalk; also, stems or stalks of threshed grain, collectively.
- The stalk or stem of certain species of grain, as wheat, barley, & c.; a mass of such stalks after being cut and thrashed; anything proverbially worthless.
- The stalks or stems of corn after being thrashed, as a bundle or heap of straw- usually in the singular form with a plural sense; a single stalk or straw; anything proverbially worthless.
- of a pale yellow color like straw; straw colored
- spread by scattering (" straw" is archaic); " strew toys all over the carpet"
- To spread or scatter. See Strew, and Strow.
- A stalk or stem of certain species of grain, pulse, etc., especially of wheat, rye, oats, barley, more rarely of buckwheat, beans, and pease.
- The gathered and thrashed stalks of certain species of grain, etc.; as, a bundle, or a load, of rye straw.