from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Chiefly Scots Crooked or twisted; misshapen.
- adj. Chiefly Scots Perverse; contrary.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Twisted; wrenched; distorted; sprained: as, a thrawn stick; a thrawn foot.
- Cross-grained; perverse; contrary or contradictory.
He shuffled a little faster -- still upon his knees -- his head still twisted over his shoulder 'thrawn' in terror of Sandie and the accusing corpse.
There is something "thrawn," as the Scotch say, about the story; there is often a touch of this sinister kind in the author's work.
There's also a word which the people who live here like to use about themselves - "thrawn".
'thrawn', and that was why he had lain on his back yet with his face turned away from me.
I know that Luke and Leia are too old now for this much like they are now too old for the thrawn trilogy.
Being a thrawn sort however, the first thing I'm going to do is re-articulate the model.
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Better for you to keep the true believers thinking that independence is just around the next corner than to have their hopes dashed by the electorate's thrawn (or bored) reluctance to play along.
Mr Forbes and his allies are, to use a fine old Scots word, admirably thrawn.
If your answer is yes then I conclude that you are simply being thrawn.
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