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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of screeve.
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It frequently happened that early frosts caught the farmer napping, with his cattle still afield; in which case they had to be driven home over the ice, and numbers were at times “screeved,” _i. e._, “split up,” in the process, and had to be slaughtered.
Wha 'A cannae unnerstaun at aw is but fur why tha magazine is screeved in tha Inglis leid an nae in guid oul braid scotch.
"So we talked a bit langer, and she screeved aboot, pittin 'things into their places.