stroy

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stroy

(strɔɪ)
vb
an archaic variant of destroy
ˈstroyer n

stroy

(strɔɪ)

v.t., v.i.
Archaic. to destroy.
[1400–50; late Middle English stroyen, aph. variant of destroyen to destroy]

stroy


Past participle: stroyed
Gerund: stroying

Imperative
stroy
stroy
Present
I stroy
you stroy
he/she/it stroys
we stroy
you stroy
they stroy
Preterite
I stroyed
you stroyed
he/she/it stroyed
we stroyed
you stroyed
they stroyed
Present Continuous
I am stroying
you are stroying
he/she/it is stroying
we are stroying
you are stroying
they are stroying
Present Perfect
I have stroyed
you have stroyed
he/she/it has stroyed
we have stroyed
you have stroyed
they have stroyed
Past Continuous
I was stroying
you were stroying
he/she/it was stroying
we were stroying
you were stroying
they were stroying
Past Perfect
I had stroyed
you had stroyed
he/she/it had stroyed
we had stroyed
you had stroyed
they had stroyed
Future
I will stroy
you will stroy
he/she/it will stroy
we will stroy
you will stroy
they will stroy
Future Perfect
I will have stroyed
you will have stroyed
he/she/it will have stroyed
we will have stroyed
you will have stroyed
they will have stroyed
Future Continuous
I will be stroying
you will be stroying
he/she/it will be stroying
we will be stroying
you will be stroying
they will be stroying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been stroying
you have been stroying
he/she/it has been stroying
we have been stroying
you have been stroying
they have been stroying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been stroying
you will have been stroying
he/she/it will have been stroying
we will have been stroying
you will have been stroying
they will have been stroying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been stroying
you had been stroying
he/she/it had been stroying
we had been stroying
you had been stroying
they had been stroying
Conditional
I would stroy
you would stroy
he/she/it would stroy
we would stroy
you would stroy
they would stroy
Past Conditional
I would have stroyed
you would have stroyed
he/she/it would have stroyed
we would have stroyed
you would have stroyed
they would have stroyed
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The book was first published in Sweden in 1953 as a collaboration between Lennart Hellsing, one of Sweden's best-loved children's authors, and Poul Stroyer, a Danish cartoonist, illustrator and artist, and was adapted from the Swedish by Nancy and Edward Maze.