Strand Definition

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1. " A two - year - old and we'll break " it on the strand. 1
2. "Dragline" silk is used to create the supporting strands that anchor the endpoints of an orb web to tree branches overhanging rivers or lakes and forms the radial threads in the web. 1
3. "Mobile broadband is manna from heaven for consumers, but it is hell for operators," said John strand, who has consulted for global mobile operators for more than 12 years. 1
4. "Mobile broadband is manna from heaven for consumers, but it is hell for operators," said John strand, who has consulted for global mobile operators for more than 12 years.This website 1
5. "Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken" (Ecclesiastes 4:12 NIV). 1
6. A blue-grey heron glided to rest on a pebbly strand, and a cormorant flew high overhead like a goose. 1
7. A cord or strand of loosely woven, twisted, or braided fibers, as on a candle or an oil lamp, that draws up fuel to the flame by capillary action. 1
8. A few thin strands of black to grey hair and a nose that looked like badly applied putty. 1
9. A few years ago, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao made the rare gesture of bowing before a train station full of stranded passengers in Hunan, after heavy snowfall paralyzed the transit system. 1
10. A fiber is a pliable hairlike strand that is very small in diameter in relation to its length. 1
11. A fiber mile is one strand of fiber measuring one mile long is equal to 12 fiber miles. 1
12. A fiber or strand mile is a mile-long, single strand of fiber optic wire. 2
13. A final straw in the wind may be Tolkien's increasing desire to pull strands together. 1
14. A neurone is a cell with a small centre from which stem long strands called axons and dendrites. 1
15. A persistent, recurrent theme; a single strand of ancient lore in the weave. 1
16. A police patrol car also became a casualty after officers attempted to help stranded motorists. 1
17. A quiet, square-built man with a captain's beard, Stone was known for rescuing stray dogs and stranded motorists and, on occasion, sailors in trouble. 1
18. A rounder cross section , contains more and thinner wires compared to 6 - strand ropes, providing greater flexibility. 1
19. A ship got stranded along the shore, but last night sea waves washed it away again. 1
20. A ship got stranded along the shore, but last night sea waves washed it away again. This website 1
21. A significant step was taken on 6 September 1791 at a meeting at the Crown and Anchor tavern in the strand. 1
22. A single strand of taut barbed wire was strung along the top of the garden wall. 1
23. A single strand of technological evolution connects electronic sewing machines, electronic typewriters, and flexible electronic workstations. 1
24. A single strand of untwisted synthetic fiber , such as nylon , used especially for fishing line. 1
25. A sizing is applied to the filaments just before they are gathered into a strand. 1
26. A strand of coral beads hung round her neck. 1
27. A strand of hair had come away from the comb on top of her head and hung dawn her cheek. 1
28. A strand of her dark hair has escaped from the chignon she wears. 1
29. A strand of her hair swept Gerty's cheek with its fragrance. 1
30. A thin strand of smoke swept back over Ezra and vanished in the wind. 1
 

Strand

[strand]

VERB

strands (third person present) · stranded (past tense) · stranded (past participle) · stranding (present participle)

  - leave (someone) without the means to move from somewhere.

  - drive or leave (a boat, sailor, or sea creature) aground on a shore.

NOUN
literary
IRISH

strands (plural noun)

  - the shore of a sea, lake, or large river.

NOUN

strands (plural noun)

  - a single thin length of something such as thread, fiber, or wire, especially as twisted together with others.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

A-
Afro-
After-
Ambi-
Amphi-
An-
Ana-
Anglo-
Ante-
Anti-
Ap-
Apo-
Arch-
Astro-
Auto-
Back-
Be-
Bi-

List of Suffixes

-Acy
-Al
-Ance
-Ence
-Dom
-Er
-Or
-Ism
-Ist
-Ity
-Ty
-Ment
-Ness
-Ship
-Sion
-Tion
-Ate
-En