- v thread on or as if on a string
- v add as if on a string
- v move or come along
- v stretch out or arrange like a string
- v string together; tie or fasten with a string
- v remove the stringy parts of
- v provide with strings
- a that is on a string
keys strung on a red cord
- The shuddering naked woman strung up in the meat locker was not the problem.
- Hillary pulled out his camera and snapped Tenzing holding aloft his ice ax strung with the flags of Britain, India, Nepal and the United Nations.
- One manager confessed that he was so strung out on caffeine, he had to drink a Diet Coke just so he could kill his cravings enough to fall asleep.
News & Articles
- Office Coach: 'Basket case' must restrain emotions or face dismissal
Q: I recently hired an employee who appears to be a high-strung basket case. "Shannon" is experienced and intelligent, but working with her is almost unbearably exhausting. Every phone call lasts at least an hour, and most of our face-to-face meetings end in tears. Her lengthy emails are all marked "Urgent!"
June 19, 2013 - Arizona Daily Star
- Indians rally past Royals in eighth inning
Held to one run and three hits over seven innings by Ervin Santana, the Indians finally strung something together in the eighth rallying to a 4-3 win over the City Royals on Tuesday night. Read more
June 19, 2013 - Columbia Missourian
- Well-Strung quartet to play Colony Theatre in Miami Beach
Well-Strung, an all-gay, all-male string quartet, has its roots in Provincetown, Mass., when Mark Cortale spotted violinist Christopher Marchant playing classical music in the street.
June 14, 2013 - Miami Herald
- Tiger Wood in USA Today
I was hitting shots like this every now and again,Woods said of his play before Saturday. "I would get into two-, three-hole stretches, but I haven't strung it out for more than that. And today I did. I had most of the day that way. What...
- Kevin Rudd in Sydney Morning Herald
It's far better for these things are done quickly rather than being strung out over a period of time,he said.
- Ingrid Betancourt in International Herald Tribune
Now, home is "a hammock strung between two posts, covered with mosquito netting and with tent above that serves as a roof," Betancourt wrote her mother. "I have a shelf for my things, which is to say a backpack for clothing and the Bible that...