Definition of Scrowdge

1. to squeeze [v SCROWDGED, SCROWDGING, SCROWDGES] - See also: squeeze



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scrowdge

scrouger
scrougers
scrouges
scrouging
scrounge
scrounge up
scrounged
scrounger
scroungers
scrounges
scroungier
scroungiest
scrounging
scroungy
scrow
scrowdge (current term)
scrowdged
scrowdges
scrowl
scrowle
scrowled
scrowles
scrowling
scrowls
scrows
scroyle
scroyles
scrub
scrub-bird
scrub beefwood

Literary usage of Scrowdge

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1. Dialect Notes by American Dialect Society (1896)
"JMH) scrouge or scrowdge, trans, and intrans. : to crowd. Common. ... Tenn., by Mr. RM Middleton, Jr. " Don't scrowdge me so" = "give me more room. ..."

2. Anecdotes of the English Language: Chiefly Regarding the Local Dialect of by Samuel Pegge, Francis Grose (1814)
"scrowdge, for crowd (the verb). ... This, by heedless pronunciation, has probably been first corrupted into scrowdge; after which model the word ..."

3. The New English by Thomas Laurence Kington-Oliphant (1886)
"Among the new Verbs are scrowdge (crowd), click, purr (kick) ; the last is well known in Lancashire. There is the saw grin and abide it, p. ..."

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