noun Scot. and North England.
Origin of scrog
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Historical Examples of scroggy
The ordinary bone button, or “scroggy,” being the unit of value.The Traditional Games of England, Scotland, and Ireland (Vol II of II)
Alice Bertha Gomme
Passing through some scroggy woods, skirting the side of a beautiful green hill, they walked midway up.
They passed through some scroggy woods skirting the side of a beautiful green hill, which they ascended half way.The Fairy Mythology
"overgrown with bushes," Scottish and northern English, mid-15c., from scrog (n.) "a stunted bush, a shrub-like plant" (c.1400), probably related to scrag "a lean person or thing" (1570s); cf. scraggly.