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Synonyms for stray

wander

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digress

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be unfaithful

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homeless animal

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Synonyms for stray

to move about at random, especially over a wide area

to turn away from a prescribed course of action or conduct

to turn aside, especially from the main subject in writing or speaking

unable to find the correct way or place to go

without a fixed or regular course

Synonyms for stray

an animal that has strayed (especially a domestic animal)

move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment

wander from a direct course or at random

lose clarity or turn aside especially from the main subject of attention or course of argument in writing, thinking, or speaking

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not close together in time

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(of an animal) having no home or having wandered away from home

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Popular businessman and social activist Kochousep Chittilappilly launched a 24-hour fast at the Marine Drive in Kochi on Sunday, demanding action to curb the stray dog menace.
Young adults who want a story of more than an animal rescue or a sixteen-year-old's angst will find Strays a compelling saga.
anyone who nds a stray not to take it to their local police station, e local authority has urged anyone who nds a stray not to take it to their local police station, as the police are only responsible for dealing with dangerous dogs.
Sources said Jung noticed several stray dogs loitering in and around the premises Lok Nayak Hospital and G.
The "hidden" fact is that some people spread lies, they're the ones who harm the strays, stone them, catch the little dogs and put strings on their necks, try to burn them alive, try to run over them, and then they run away, and the harmed dog would chase them for sure.
This is a drop compared to the previous year, when 575 stray dogs were picked up by dog wardens.
It's great to be able to use our strays to help people wanting the excuse to get out and about," said Mr Bielby, who is running the pilot under the auspices of a community interest company, the Great North Resource.
FAMILIES have been urged to consider adopting a stray dog instead of buying a pet pooch for Christmas to help ease congestion at a Midlands kennel.
CUTS in council and police funding has meant that vets are increasingly having to take in stray animals especially at weekends and bank holidays.
With participating vets, one can spay/neuter a stray cat for only $20 and dogs for only $40.
MORE than 12,000 stray dogs have been discovered in Wales and the West of England, this year according to a charity.
The Municipality said the most acceptable method of controlling these unfortunate incidents is to spay stray cats.
Current charges for releasing strays are pounds 40 per animal and a pounds 22.
If the animal is found outside the dog warden's hours of operation, a member of the public can take a stray to a police station and it will be taken to the kennels which care for that council's stray dogs.
Hundreds of stray dogs are being put to sleep in the North East, despite a fall in the number of dogs being put out on the streets.