Definition of Scraes
1. scrae [n] - See also: scrae
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scraes
Literary usage of Scraes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Ice Age in North America, and Its Bearings Upon the Antiquity of Man by George Frederick Wright, Warren Upham (1889)
"c. c, show figures and scraes where ihe glacier moves the Surface for down the steeper portion of its ..."
2. The New Statistical Account of Scotland (1845)
"... levelling, and top-dressing, scraes- burgh moss, which was formerly a watery waste, has been reclaimed, and now produces luxuriant crops of grass. ..."
3. Sussex Archaeological Collections Relating to the History and Antiquities of by Sussex Archaeological Society (1873)
"The name of Scrase, formerly scraes, appears as early as the year 1584, and a family of thai name is now living in Streat. The first register book is of ..."
4. The Visitation of London: Anno Domini 1633, 1634, and 1635. Made by Sr by Richard Saint-George, College of Arms (Great Britain) (1880)
"... 2 John Trier and Sealer of Madder of Bletchington Lincolne — 3 son to George, Searcher Tuppen scraes of Boston co. throughout England li'ing com. ..."
5. Belle Assemblée: Or, Court and Fashionable Magazine; Containing Interesting (1828)
"... but who is now a bold border Baron ; a foolish man, a dreamer of dreams, and Skrinky Hard- scraes is his name.' And they all wondered and cried, ..."