Supposing him to have belonged to the old Count's stud of foreign horses, we led him back as an estray.
That would mean, that a lost horse had been killed or an estray steer.
She desired to convert some one, to recover some estray, to reform some wretch.
A man can always recognize his estray, and when she is recognized she will come to heel.
Fred Godfrey was almost in sight of his home, when he was both pleased and alarmed by coming upon an estray horse.
And a health to the one away, Who drifts down careless Italy, God's wanderer and estray!
Had it not been taken in tow by the runabout, it could not have remained an estray much longer.
If she really was an estray, she had missed two milkings—that of the previous night and the morning that succeeded.
A rescue party had come in search of the estray, and they were soon brought with rejoicing home.
The canoe was soon made fast, and then they18 resumed their hunt for the estray.