Definition of Scrogs
1. Noun. (Scotland) (plural of scrog) ¹
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Definition of Scrogs
1. scrog [n] - See also: scrog
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Literary usage of Scrogs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. My Host the Enemy and Other Tales: Sketches of Life and Adventure on the by Frank Welles Calkins (1901)
"From the top of a high gravel knoll we could look down upon the scrogs, ... The scrogs had an evil reputation. Only one hunter and trapper had ever been ..."
2. A Brief Historical Relation of State Affairs, from September 1678 to April 1714 by Narcissus Luttrell (1857)
"... came to his tryall at the kings bench barr, before the lord cheif justice scrogs, and other the judges of that court, for high treason, ..."
3. Correspondence of the Family of Hatton: Being Chiefly Letters Addressed to by Edward Maunde Thompson, Christopher Hatton Hatton (1878)
"This, I think, is sworn to before my Lord Ch. Justice scrogs, and my Ld" warrant is out for another who will sweare to y" same thing ..."
4. The Visitations of Bedfordshire: Annis Domini 1566, 1582, and 1634 by William Harvey, Robert Cooke, George Owen, Richard Saint-George, Frederick Augustus Page-Turner, College of Arms (Great Britain) (1884)
"scrogs of Patmore.op Thomas ... I Abbes Roding in com. Essex. I Patmore 2 Husband. Allexander scrogs of ..."
5. Reports of Sir George Croke, Knight: Formerly One of the Justices of the by George Croke, Great Britain Court of King's Bench, Harbottle Grimston, Great Britain Court of Common Pleas, Thomas Leach (1790)
"... as bailiff of" •**- Oliver scrogs ; for that the place, where, &c. is within the ... whereof the faid O. scrogs is, ..."
6. Memorial Brasses in Hertfordshire Churches by William Frampton Andrews (1903)
"At the top corners of the stone are two shields, and under the figures is an inscription. " Here lyeth Ihon scrogs, Gentleman The sonne of Frances ..."
7. Publications by English Dialect Society (1887)
"scrogs, 5.—Scrubby bushes, or places overgrown with rough shrubs and bushes: as Corringham scrogs, near Gainsborough. ..."