Definition of Scrowl

1. to draft [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: draft



Lexicographical Neighbors of Scrowl

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

Literary usage of Scrowl

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

1. Collins's Peerage of England; Genealogical, Biographical, and Historical by Arthur Collins, Egerton Brydges (1812)
"... (with the arras of Grey and Baynard quarterly), 3nd his helmet lying by him, a scrowl ... with a disrobed scrowl over their heads; opposite to him, ..."

2. Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the Progress by William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington (1854)
"The tools are brought up to their work by turning the scrowl e; which movement ... 1, in lieu of the scrowl e, if thought desirable. c, c, c, which are set ..."

3. The Writings of George Washington by George Washington (1889)
"Plate glass, diamond cut ; handsomely painted, the body and car- ridge and wheels painted a glazed green ; all the framed work of body gilt, handsome scrowl ..."

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