Definition of Scrows

1. Noun. (plural of scrow) ¹



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Definition of Scrows

1. scrow [n] - See also: scrow

Lexicographical Neighbors of Scrows

scrounges
scroungier
scroungiest
scrounging
scroungy
scrow
scrowdge
scrowdged
scrowdges
scrowl
scrowle
scrowled
scrowles
scrowling
scrowls
scrows (current term)
scroyle
scroyles
scrub
scrub-bird
scrub beefwood
scrub bird
scrub birds
scrub brush
scrub bull
scrub fowl
scrub nurse
scrub oak
scrub oaks
scrub palmetto

Literary usage of Scrows

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

1. Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the Progress by William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington (1839)
"... any of the apparatus to be employed, nor yet subjecting the scrows or scrolls to putrefaction, as that has been done before; and he wishes it to be ..."

2. The London Journal of Arts and Sciences by William Newton (1839)
"After the scrows have been thus subjected to the action of the acid long enough, they must be removed from the vessel and washed in clean water by the ..."

3. The London Journal of Arts and Sciences, and Repertory of Patent Inventions by William Newton (1839)
"After the scrows have been thus subjected to the action of the acid long enough, they must be removed from the vessel and washed in clean water by the ..."

4. The Encyclopedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"... those of the scrows, and diverge much more widely from the middle line. The lateral hoofs are well developed. Although commonly described as white, ..."

5. A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines: Containing a Clear Exposition by Andrew Ure (1847)
"The scrows are finally converted into size, by digestion in water of 120° for 24 hours ; and the solution is made perfectly fine by being strained through ..."

6. Recent Improvements in Arts, Manufactures, and Mines: Being a Supplement to by Andrew Ure (1845)
"The parings and scrows of skins are steeped in wnter till they begin to ... The scrows are finally converted into size, by digestion in water of 120° for 24 ..."

7. The Dialect of Leeds and Its Neighbourhood: Illustrated by Conversations and by C. Clough Robinson (1862)
"we sal ha' no more on her scrows." Fitted is here used, as it often is, in the sense of' served off.' SCROW. To scrub; and in the sense of work, ..."

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