Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A thicket.
- n. Same as scrap.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. obsolete A place baited with chaff to entice birds.
“Instead of going on, the 'bus started circling as though he was enjoying the' shrap 'bath.”
“Just wok bearfut nd wil fined sumfing if itz shrap.”
“November 8, 2008 at 2:40 pm scuze meh kitteh but u needz sum apozabl tums 2 makes an box open. or at leest an shrap knaif…”
“As the Bradleys cruise through the alleyways of the airport, littered with shrap -- nel and the copses of palm trees, Pecina orders Private Davis into action.”
“Scattered about were innumerable shrap-nellike pieces of metal.”
“With the bullets and shells ding-donging, and the "krock" and the swish of the shrap;”
“Just as I got to the top a shrap burst, an 'the bullets came smashin' an 'tearin' down thro 'the tiles an' rafters.”
“Yes, pretty lively ... big stuff they're flinging mostly, and some fourteen-pounder shrap ....”
Looking for tweets for shrap.