Stour



noun
1.
British Dialect.

tumult; confusion.
a storm.

2.
British Dialect. blowing dust or a deposit of dust.
3.
Archaic. armed combat; battle.
4.
British Dialect. a time of tumult.
noun (Scot & Northern English, dialect)
1.
turmoil or conflict
2.
dust; a cloud of dust
noun
1.
Also called Great Stour. a river in S England, in Kent, rising in the Weald and flowing N to the North Sea: separates the Isle of Thanet from the mainland
2.
any of several smaller rivers in England

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