an unknown woman, usu. in a sexual context; thus a bit of strange.
|[||N.Y. Sporting Whip 18 Feb. n.p.: Let the infatuated fools of young men who are fond of the ‘strange woman’ look [...] and learn].|
|Campus Sl. Nov. 5: strange – date who is not your girlfriend/boyfriend.|
|Homeboy 276: Except on days when he yearned for some strange.|
|(con. 1986) Sweet Forever 102: You don’t even want to be thinkin’ about messing with any strange.|
|Outlaws (ms.) 66: It’s not really me, all of that — mistresses and bits of strange and what have you.|
|Generation Kill ep. 2 [TV script] I asked about pussy. Guy told me I’d get to go to Thailand and get all kinds of strange.‘Cradle of Civilization’|
|The Force [ebook] Donna Russo knows—she has to know—that her husband has a gumar on Columbus Avenue and gets strange every chance that comes up.|