strip[ strip ]SEE DEFINITION OF strip
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STRIP
Wrap in a strip of gauze or cheesecloth and place in a steamer.
Take the flowers or blossoms of the elder tree, and strip them from the stalks.
"You shall not be at any disadvantage," he said, and began to strip with all possible speed.
If ever an understanding should be arrived at, it must be based on the gift of a strip of territory.
Those you cannot strip off easily with your hands are too tough for your purpose.
It slipped, and cut my foot, and I bound the wound with a strip from my pocket-handkerchief.
Nevertheless, access to the village was possible by the strip of rocks beneath it.
He commenced to strip off his clothes, and to fold them along the floor of the grave.
So he bought the strip nigher this way and moved the old house over.
It was a strip along the shore, almost worthless, and unsalable at present.