The camp now is now an unsanitary eyesore, strewn with garbage, drug paraphernalia, and rats looking for leftovers.
Now those are destroyed, too, and the animals are strewn about, bloating and stinking, as if in a tableau of “Guernica.”
The floor beneath, strewn with broken glass, was stained with blood.
Months of occupation have not been kind and rubbish is strewn across the entrance hall.
Wires hang from its ceiling, its marble floors are chipped and trash is strewn across the dusty corridors.
The floors were carpetless, though those of the living room and kitchen might be strewn with rushes.
The marble floor was strewn with native mats and skins of animals.
It is a wild and desolate sea coast, defended by bars and strewn with wrecks.
The shores of time are strewn with wrecks, and one of these wrecks is human nature.
Potsherds and arrow-heads, mostly broken ones, were strewn everywhere.
Old English streowian, from Proto-Germanic *straujanan (cf. Old Saxon stroian, Old Norse stra, Danish strø, Swedish strö, Middle Dutch strowen, Dutch strooien, Old High German strouwen, German streuen, Gothic straujan "to sprinkle, strew"), from PIE root *stere- "to spread, extend, stretch out" (see structure (n.)).