Definition of Scrays

1. scray [n] - See also: scray



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scrays

scrawm
scrawmed
scrawming
scrawms
scrawn
scrawnier
scrawniest
scrawnily
scrawniness
scrawninesses
scrawny
scraws
scray
scraye
scrayes
scrays (current term)
screak
screaked
screakier
screakily
screaking
screaks
screaky
scream
scream bloody murder
scream loudest
scream one's head off
scream queen
scream queens
screamed

Literary usage of Scrays

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1. Woollen Spinning: A Text-book for Students in Technical Schools and Colleges by Charles Vickerman (1894)
"... by the use of a fan placed under the table or otherwise used in connection with tables or scrays of various kinds. PAET VI BLEACHING AND EXTRACTING ..."

2. The Art of Dyeing All Colors on Raw Cotton Or Cotton Waste, for the Purpose by Richard Gibson (1861)
"On the opposite side of the Dye-house, the scour-kettle and wash- box will be placed; and the intermediate space will be occupied by the scrays, and other ..."

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