Definition of Scrieve

1. to move along swiftly and smoothly [v SCRIEVED, SCRIEVING, SCRIEVES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scrieve

scribes
scribing
scribing block
scribings
scribism
scribisms
scrid
scrids
scriech
scrieched
scriechs
scried
scriene
scrienes
scries
scrieve (current term)
scrieved
scrieves
scrieving
scriggle
scriggled
scriggles
scriggling
scriggly
scrike
scriked
scrikes
scriking
scrilla
scrim

Literary usage of Scrieve

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Audel's Ship Fitters' Guide: A Practical Treatise on Steel Ship Building and by Ralph Newstead (1919)
"This floor is called the scrieve board. ... side of the scrieve board is called the fore body, because the lines of the fore body are laid down on that side ..."

2. Naval Architecture: A Manual on Laying-off Iron, Steel and Composite Vessels by Thomas Henry Watson (1898)
"... on the j lines, on the Loft Floor—Transfer- ing the Sight Edges to the scrieve Board—Ordinary Shell Expansion-- Area of the Outer Bottom -Ordering the ..."

3. Steel Ships: Their Construction and Maintenance : a Manual for Shipbuilders by Thomas Walton (1908)
"His chief work is to prepare what is called a scrieve board. ... He then transfers from the mould loft floor to the scrieve board the midship section of the ..."

4. Steel Ships: Their Construction and Maintenance by Thomas Walton (1902)
"His chief work is to prepare what is called a scrieve board. ... He then transfers from the mould loft floor to the scrieve board the midship section of the ..."

5. Present-day Shipbuilding: A Manual for Students and Ships' Officers for by Thomas Walton (1907)
"He then transfers from the mould loft floor to the scrieve board the midship section of the vessel (to outside of frame), and afterwards every frame between ..."

6. A Dictionary of the Scottish Language: In which the Words are Explained in by John Jamieson (1867)
"A large scratch, Ang. To scrieve, ... scrieve, ». Any thing written, 8.—Те' to write. ... scrieve, ». A conversation of this kind, ..."

7. Jamieson's Dictionary of the Scottish Language: In which the Words are by John Jamieson, John Johnstone (1867)
"A large scratch, Ang. To scrieve, ... scrieve, ». Any thing written, S.—Teut «<Агу'»-еп, to write. ... scrieve, ». A conversation of this kind, S.—Su. ..."

8. Laying Down and Taking Off by Charles Desmond (1919)
"The scrieve board itself is composed of perfectly jointed and smoothed ... scrieve boards are smoothed, painted with several coats of dull black paint, ..."

9. Audel's Ship Fitters' Guide: A Practical Treatise on Steel Ship Building and by Ralph Newstead (1919)
"This floor is called the scrieve board. ... side of the scrieve board is called the fore body, because the lines of the fore body are laid down on that side ..."

10. Naval Architecture: A Manual on Laying-off Iron, Steel and Composite Vessels by Thomas Henry Watson (1898)
"... on the j lines, on the Loft Floor—Transfer- ing the Sight Edges to the scrieve Board—Ordinary Shell Expansion-- Area of the Outer Bottom -Ordering the ..."

11. Steel Ships: Their Construction and Maintenance : a Manual for Shipbuilders by Thomas Walton (1908)
"His chief work is to prepare what is called a scrieve board. ... He then transfers from the mould loft floor to the scrieve board the midship section of the ..."

12. Steel Ships: Their Construction and Maintenance by Thomas Walton (1902)
"His chief work is to prepare what is called a scrieve board. ... He then transfers from the mould loft floor to the scrieve board the midship section of the ..."

13. Present-day Shipbuilding: A Manual for Students and Ships' Officers for by Thomas Walton (1907)
"He then transfers from the mould loft floor to the scrieve board the midship section of the vessel (to outside of frame), and afterwards every frame between ..."

14. A Dictionary of the Scottish Language: In which the Words are Explained in by John Jamieson (1867)
"A large scratch, Ang. To scrieve, ... scrieve, ». Any thing written, 8.—Те' to write. ... scrieve, ». A conversation of this kind, ..."

15. Jamieson's Dictionary of the Scottish Language: In which the Words are by John Jamieson, John Johnstone (1867)
"A large scratch, Ang. To scrieve, ... scrieve, ». Any thing written, S.—Teut «<Агу'»-еп, to write. ... scrieve, ». A conversation of this kind, S.—Su. ..."

16. Laying Down and Taking Off by Charles Desmond (1919)
"The scrieve board itself is composed of perfectly jointed and smoothed ... scrieve boards are smoothed, painted with several coats of dull black paint, ..."

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