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Stray may refer to:
- A feral (abandoned or escaped) domestic animal; see also estray
- Areas of open grassland in North Yorkshire:
- Stray (album), an album by Aztec Camera
- Strays (Jane's Addiction album)
- Strays (Junkhouse album)
- Stray (band), a 1966-1970s rock group from London, led by Del Bromham
- Stray, a side project by American band Unter Null
- "Stray", a song by Bradley Joseph from Rapture
- "Stray", a song by Yoko Kanno and Steve Conte used as the opening theme for the anime Wolf's Rain
- "The Strays", a song by Sleeping With Sirens from the album Madness
- Stray (novel), a novel by A.N. Wilson
- Cheryl Strayed (born 1968), American author of Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail
Film and television
- "Stray" (Law & Order: Criminal Intent), an episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent
- "Stray" (Smallville), an episode of Smallville'
- Strays (1991 film), an American made-for-television horror film
- Strays (1997 film), an American drama film by Vin Diesel
- "Strays" (The Shield), an episode of The Shield
- 97.2 Stray FM, a radio station based in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, UK
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