Definition of Strawn

1. Adjective. (alternative spelling of strawen) ¹



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Definition of Strawn

1. straw [v] - See also: straw

Strawn Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Strawn

strawboard
strawboards
strawcraft
strawed
strawen
strawflower
strawflowers
strawhat
strawier
strawiest
strawing
strawless
strawlike
strawman
strawmen
strawn (current term)
strawne
straws
strawweight
strawworm
strawworms
strawy
stray
strayed
strayer
strayers
straying
strayings
strays
streak

Literary usage of Strawn

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1. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1902)
"April 30, 1889, John strawn applied to the Union Central Life Insurance ... Thereupon, May 30, 1889, strawn executed and delivered to the company five ..."

2. The Sauks and the Black Hawk War: With Biographical Sketches, Etc by Perry A. Armstrong (1887)
""Fort strawn" was of pristine and simple construction, but a fair type of all ... Upon the night in question we with our Aunt strawn—a good substantial ..."

3. The Sauks and the Black Hawk War: With Biographical Sketches, Etc by Perry A. Armstrong (1887)
""Fort strawn" was of pristine and simple construction, but a fair type of all ... Upon the night in question we with our Aunt strawn—a good substantial ..."

4. Bulletin of the American Institute of Mining Engineers by American Institute of Mining Engineers (1918)
"It will be noticed, in the cross-sections, that very little strawn is ... East of this line, the strawn may produce. Wells so far tested west of this fold ..."

5. Oil and Gas in the Mid-continent Fields by Luther Crocker Snider (1920)
"In the Lyle well in southeastern Young county a formation was encountered which was thought to be "Black lime." strawn Formation. This formation is exposed ..."

6. Oil and Gas in the Mid-continent Fields by Luther Crocker Snider (1920)
"In the Lyle well in southeastern Young county a formation was encountered which was thought to be "Black lime." strawn Formation. This formation is exposed ..."

7. Geology of the Mid Continent Oilfields, Kansas, Oklahoma and North Texas by Thomas Owen Bosworth (1920)
"The productive sands, at first developed, were in the strawn formation, at 800-1800 feet depth below the surface. The wells were small producers. ..."

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