Definition of Scroops

1. Verb. (third-person singular of scroop) ¹



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Definition of Scroops

1. scroop [v] - See also: scroop

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scroops

scrollwork
scrollworks
scrolly
scrooch
scrooched
scrooches
scrooching
scrooge-like
scrooged
scrooges
scrooging
scroop
scrooped
scrooping
scroops (current term)
scrootch
scrootched
scrootches
scrootching
scrophula
scrophulae
scrophularia
scrophulariaceous
scrophulas

Literary usage of Scroops

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1. Picturesque Views on the River Thames: From Its Source in Gloucestershire to by Samuel Ireland (1792)
"... not far from hence, was formerly a noble palace, occupied by the family of the scroops, the Nevills, and Richard the great Earl of Warwick. ..."

2. The History and Antiquities of Dissenting Churches and Meeting Houses, in by Walter Wilson (1810)
"AN scroops'-Court, opposite to St. Andrew's church, ... It was called scroops, or Serjeants' Inn. Here also stood a meeting-house, which was occupied for ..."

3. Annals of the Reformation and Establishment of Religion: And Other Various by John Strype (1738)
"scroops, Kr. Lord scroops of Bolton, Lord Warden of the Middle Marines of England, and 'Captain of her ..."

4. The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction by Reuben Percy, John Timbs (1831)
"scroops' Inne,* sometime Sergeant's Inne, was situate against the church of St. ... at his own expense, is recorded to have * From Lord scroops, of Button. ..."

5. The Burford Records: A Study in Minor Town Government by Richard Henry Gretton (1920)
"Thompson's manifesto states : ' We do own and avow the late proceedings in Colonel scroops, Colonel Harrisons, and Major General ..."

6. England's Gazetteer: Or, An Accurate Description of All the Cities, Towns ...by Stephen Whatley by Stephen Whatley (1751)
"... had in the R. of Edw. II. a Att. on T. and a Fail on 'J h'r/ry- eve and day, obtained by one of its Lde. the scroops, ... The scroops enjoyed this ..."

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