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  • verb Present participle of strow.


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  • And hereabouts grew all manner of vines, sweet-smelling shrubs and fern; of these I gathered goodly quantity and strowing them within the cave therewith made a very passable bed; which done, I went back where she lay a-drying her wet garments in the warm sun as well as she might.

    Black Bartlemy's Treasure

  • As I watch the strowing of the winds, my melancholy slips away.

    The Hills of Hingham

  • I passed the night under the shelter of a rock, strowing some heath under me, and slept pretty well.

    Gulliver's Travels

  • 8 And with greene braunches strowing all the ground,

    The Faerie Queene — Volume 01


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