Lexicographical Neighbors of Strewage
Literary usage of Strewage
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Pastor Agnorum: A Schoolmaster's Afterthoughts by John Huntley Skrine (1902)
"Have you ever, friend, thought out to yourself the waking of that Syrian refugee, the seer of the ladder, after his sleep among the great strewage of rocks ..."
2. Dariel: A Romance of Surrey by Richard Doddridge Blackmore (1897)
"But most of the foliage now had finished its career of flaunt and nutter, and was lying at our feet in soft brown strewage, or pricking its last ..."