Definition of Scowed

1. Verb. (past of scow) ¹



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Definition of Scowed

1. scow [v] - See also: scow

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scowed

scoutmaster
scoutmastering
scoutmasters
scoutmastership
scoutmasterships
scoutmistress
scoutmistresses
scouts
scouty
scove
scow
scowder
scowdered
scowdering
scowders
scowed (current term)
scowing
scowl
scowled
scowler
scowlers
scowling
scowlingly
scowls
scowp
scowped
scowping
scowps
scowrer
scowrers

Literary usage of Scowed

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1. The Sea-fisherman: Comprising the Chief Methods of Hook and Line Fishing in by James Carrall Wilcocks (1868)
"The commencement of an eye-splice with the ends once through is shown on the same page as the ' anchor scowed.' A short Splice with a Two-strand Line. ..."

2. The Sea-fisherman: Comprising the Chief Methods of Hook and Line Fishing in by James Carrall Wilcocks (1868)
"The commencement of an eye-splice with the ends once through is shown on the same page as the ' anchor scowed.' A short Splice with a Two-strand Line. ..."

3. Public Papers of George Clinton, First Governor of New York, 1777-1795, 1801 by George Clinton, New York (State). Governor, 1801-1804 (George Clinton), Hugh Hastings, James Austin Holden, New York (State). State Historian (1902)
"Van Ness's & Van Rensselaer's Regiments have been out and scowed the whole Country between this & Dutches County; several persons have been taken upon ..."

4. The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly by William Farrand Felch, George C. Atwell, H. Phelps Arms, Frances Trevelyan Miller (1906)
"He quarried the stone at East Rock and scowed 't down to the wharf that he was building. The canal "gave up the ghost" in the spring of 1847; ..."

5. The Collection and Disposal of Municipal Waste by William Francis Morse (1908)
"At present, under this arrangement, the refuse is picked and sorted for market, the worthless rubbish is scowed to Riker's Island with the house and steam ..."

6. The Collection and Disposal of Municipal Waste by William Francis Morse (1908)
"At present, under this arrangement, the refuse is picked and sorted for market, the worthless rubbish is scowed to Riker's Is'land with the house and steam ..."

7. The Collection and Disposal of Municipal Waste by William Francis Morse (1908)
"At present, under this arrangement, the refuse is picked and sorted for market, the worthless rubbish is scowed to Riker's Island with the house and steam ..."

8. Lectures on the diagnosis of abdominal tumors by William Osler (1899)
"... v»* ;iare. i=ii be gradually sank, becom- scowed die head and body of a* si* *** c' i BESOT cast. The growth had infil- ; r of she d»»aeE.:=. ..."

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