But the ‘strays’ are ‘crooks,’ and their homes the penitentiary.
You know, Willy, I have an old weakness for a sheep that strays.
"It must have been a bunch of strays we saw—none of them was branded," Lambert said.
Hargus explained that the cattle were strays which had broken out.
Waifs and strays from home, from up-country, from the Pacific.
What became of all his waifs and strays, it might be well not to inquire too curiously.
Stray when he strays; stop when he stops; travel as slowly as he.
I heard some of our strays had got over into that country, but I wasn't sure.
No one sheep ever strays off by himself, you may be sure of that.
And I hope,” she added, “that Ruth will find no more waifs and strays.