Definition of Scrine

1. n. A chest, bookcase, or other place, where writings or curiosities are deposited; a shrine.



Definition of Scrine

1. Noun. (obsolete) A chest or other box for storing valuables. ¹

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Definition of Scrine

1. a shrine [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scrine

scrimshandering
scrimshanders
scrimshank
scrimshanked
scrimshanker
scrimshankers
scrimshanking
scrimshanks
scrimshaw
scrimshawed
scrimshawing
scrimshaws
scrimure
scrimures
scrimy
scrine (current term)
scrines
scripophilies
scripophily
scrippage
scrips
script
script editor
script editors
script kiddie
script kiddies
script kiddy
script monkey
script monkeys

Literary usage of Scrine

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1. The History of Ireland: From the Earliest Period to the Year 1245, when the by John D'Alton (1845)
"At this time the Abbess of Odder, also situated in the County Meath, was entitled to certain lands in the Irish town of scrine, and to a flagon of mead from ..."

2. The Description of Ireland: And the State Thereof as it is at this Present by Edmund Hogan (1878)
"scrine—Baron of Killeen, Sir Rob. Dillon, Wil. Nugent, Baron of scrine ; Pat. Tankard of Castletown, Pat. ..."

3. The Description of Ireland: And the State Thereof as it is at this Present by Edmund Hogan (1878)
"scrine—Baron of Killeen, Sir Rob. Dillon, Wil. Nugent, Baron of scrine ; Pat. Tankard of Castletown, Pat. ..."

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