Definitions

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  • adjective Having been written in a rapid and sloppy manner.
  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of scrawl.

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Examples

  • Already disheartened, I reached inside and grabbed the plain white envelope on top of the pile, flipping it over to see my name scrawled in blue ink.

    Darkness Becomes Her

  • Already disheartened, I reached inside and grabbed the plain white envelope on top of the pile, flipping it over to see my name scrawled in blue ink.

    Darkness Becomes Her

  • Already disheartened, I reached inside and grabbed the plain white envelope on top of the pile, flipping it over to see my name scrawled in blue ink.

    Darkness Becomes Her

  • “Amy,” he says, reading the name scrawled on the paper in purple ink.

    Take Me There

  • I tune Matthias out as my focus goes to the name scrawled on the cream-colored envelope: R.

    Good-Bye To All That

  • She stood staring in disbelief at her name scrawled so desperately against the snow-white paper.

    Nevermore

  • The serving girl butchered on the stairs, the phrase scrawled over the door, the trick of the chamber pot, and the words ‘Good Job!’ on the headboard.

    The Curse of the Wendigo

  • I was acting so guilty I may as well have had the word scrawled across my forehead in bright red letters.

    Vanished

  • “Amy,” he says, reading the name scrawled on the paper in purple ink.

    Take Me There

  • I tune Matthias out as my focus goes to the name scrawled on the cream-colored envelope: R.

    Good-Bye To All That

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