verb (used with object), strewed, strewn [stroon] /strun/ or strewed, strew·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM strewstrewer, nounun·der·strew, verb (used with object), un·der·strewed, un·der·strewn or un·der·strewed, un·der·strew·ing.un·strewed, adjectiveun·strewn, adjective
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I bent down to pick up the various digital devices strewn on the floor.
The major carriers have 5G strewn about the country—even if it hasn’t resulted in huge speed and connectivity leaps—and Apple has finally brought the iPhone onto the next-gen network.CES trends to look out for at this year’s virtual conference|Stan Horaczek|January 6, 2021|Popular Science
A timber company had clear-cut thousands of trees along the creek, leaving only a thin strip standing between the town’s drinking water and recently flattened land strewed with debris.Timber Tax Cuts Cost Oregon Towns Billions. Then Polluted Water Drove Up the Price.|by Tony Schick, Oregon Public Broadcasting, and Rob Davis, The Oregonian/OregonLive|January 1, 2021|ProPublica
For Resident Evil 3, it’s right in the early days of the outbreak, so you see zombies strewn about here and there, and they add to the level of overall fear.The Resident Evil 3: Nemesis Remake Takes a Shot at Resurrecting the Franchise's Weakest Game|Matthew Gault|April 7, 2020|Time
Pour on a wine-glassful of Sauterne or vin de Grave, and strew over it some Spanish pimento.
Salt and pepper these highly, and strew over it finely chopped onion and parsley.
It is her duty to open the eastern doors of the palace of the sun, and to strew the path of Apollo, the sun god, with roses.'Round the Year in Myth and Song|Florence Holbrook
And she went to strew the flowers still left over Catherine's grave.Night and Morning, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
These she was to strew in front of the lodge, leaving only a small path uncovered by them.The Myths of the North American Indians|Lewis Spence