Definition of Shrowd

1. v. t. See Shrood.



Definition of Shrowd

1. Verb. (UK dialect) (alternative form of shrood) ¹

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Definition of Shrowd

1. astute [adj] - See also: astute

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shrowd

shroud knots
shrouded
shrouded gear
shrouded gears
shroudier
shrouding
shroudless
shroudlike
shrouds
shroudy
shrove
shroved
shroves
shroving
shrow
shrowd (current term)
shrowded
shrowding
shrowds
shrowed
shrowing
shrows
shrthnd
shrub
shrub celery
shrub vegetation
shrubbed
shrubberies
shrubbery
shrubbier

Literary usage of Shrowd

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1. The new and complete dictionary of the English languageby John Ash by John Ash (1795)
"... (pa a local-roor,!, from (hunt) Giving alud. branches of trees. Shrouding; lopping the branches. shrowd'ing (i. from ibe part.) The aa of cutting offthe ..."

2. The Works of William Shakespeare by William Shakespeare, Evangeline Maria O'Connor (1901)
"7. , made a show of, exhibited; IV. xii. 36. Shows, seems, appears; I. ii. 165. Shrewd, bad; IV. ix. 5. shrowd, shelter, protection (Hanmer, ..."

3. Longer English Poems: With Notes Philological and Explanatory and an by John Wesley Hales (1889)
"22. my sable shrowd — " my black coffin " in Twelfth ... uses the very phrase sable shrowd, but in a different sense : " Still therefore, cover'd with a ..."

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