stranger (adj.) Old form(s): straunger
foreign, alien
AW I.iii.106[Steward to Countess, of Helena's words] she thought ... they touched not any stranger sense
KJ V.i.11[King John to Cardinal Pandulph, of the English] Swearing allegiance and the love of soul / To stranger blood, to foreign royalty
LLL IV.ii.137[Holofernes to Nathaniel, of Berowne] here he hath framed a letter to a sequent of the stranger Queen's
Luc.99[of Lucrece and Tarquin's eyes] she that never coped with stranger eyes / Could pick no meaning from their parling looks
R2 I.iii.143[King Richard to Bolingbroke] You ... tread the stranger paths of banishment
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