Definition of Scrimshawed

1. Verb. (past of scrimshaw) ¹



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Definition of Scrimshawed

1. scrimshaw [v] - See also: scrimshaw

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scrimshawed

scrimptions
scrimpy
scrims
scrimshander
scrimshandered
scrimshandering
scrimshanders
scrimshank
scrimshanked
scrimshanker
scrimshankers
scrimshanking
scrimshanks
scrimshaw
scrimshawed (current term)
scrimshawing
scrimshaws
scrimure
scrimures
scrimy
scrine
scrines
scripophilies
scripophily
scrippage
scrips
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Literary usage of Scrimshawed

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1. On the Zoological Position of Texas by Edward Drinker Cope (1880)
"scrimshawed and mounted as watch case, figure of American eagle. ... scrimshawed with figure of America iu colors. JH Clark, Newport, RI 7659. ..."

2. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections by Smithsonian Institution (1882)
"scrimshawed with British coat of arms. and female figure. J. Varden. 24905. ... scrimshawed and mounted as watch CUM-, figure of American eagle. J. II. ..."

3. Bibliography of the Fishes of the Pacific Coast of the United States to the by Theodore Gill (1882)
"scrimshawed with British coat of arm» and female ligure. ... scrimshawed and mounted as watch can, ligure of American eagle. J. II. Clark, Newport, KI 24904 ..."

4. The Old Navy and the New by Daniel Ammen, Ulysses Simpson Grant (1891)
"Apra was their favorite resort to obtain supplies, thirty or more visiting the port yearly, and leaving numbers of "scrimshawed" whale teeth and other ..."

5. The Whale Fishery and Its Appliances by James Temple Brown (1883)
"scrimshawed SHIP. Model of whale-ship carved in relief; hull, sails, masts, and spars, wood. All sails set. Hull painted black; sails, white. ..."

6. The Fisheries Exhibition Literature (1883)
"... at the bottom and allowed to pass upward through the eggs. (35.) CHESTER, CAPTAIN HC, Noank, Connecticut. Walrus tusks scrimshawed, and frame made of ..."

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