Definitions

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  • v. Past participle of strew

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • p. p. of strew.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A past participle of strew.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • With the hatch closed, Hooper could now see more of Mars, but now an endless, sandy plain strewn with small rocks and the occasional boulder.

    First Words

  • You were introduced to wet shaving and decided that was the route for you but your razor and brush remain strewn about your bathroom sink?

    DIY Razor and Shaving Brush Stand | Lifehacker Australia

  • What I do know is that it's very difficult to pal around with the Muse when kids ask for snacks, the house is adrift in strewn toys, and the theme song from Arthur wafts through the air yet again.

    Mental Space: The Final Frontier

  • Many in the crowd, though, took the bait she put in the paper, and she was greeted at the final curtain with a big ovation accompanied by shredded program confetti strewn from the upper balconies.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • There were a total of 8 spiders strewn from the door jam by my bedroom to the ceiling above my kitchen.

    Oh, Right

  • He was now the owner of that crude vessel anchored offshore and a fleet of sailing ships and steamers strewn from the English Channel to the Bering Strait.

    Once An Angel

  • 4: 30AM Adam Pash | You were introduced to wet shaving and decided that was the route for you but your razor and brush remain strewn about your bathroom sink?

    Sunday, January 27, 2008 | Lifehacker Australia

  • “Mama, what is that?” asked Sylvia, her shrill little girl’s voice querulous as she pointed at the immense funeral bier, the sleek black coffin strewn with white flowers.

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  • The thing the media keeps on ignoring, and the misperception I believe they have deliberately strewn, is that there is a mathematical definition for a recession rather than people being in a recession whenever we’re not experiencing booming growth.

    About That “Recession” « Tai-Chi Policy

  • Machines were overturned in Piccadilly Museums with coins strewn across the carpet.

    Lockdown in London, while trouble flares in Nottingham and Manchester

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