[ stroh ]
/ stroʊ /
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verb, strowed, strown or strowed, strow·ing.Archaic.
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Origin of strow
1300–50; Middle English strowen, variant of strewen to strew
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How to use strow in a sentence
Let a man keep the law—any law,—and his way will be strown with satisfactions.Essays|Ralph Waldo Emerson
Only where it had been there was a square patch of floor which was not covered with the sedges I had noted as so lavishly strown.A King's Comrade|Charles Whistler
The hard soil of the desert, for more than quarter of a mile square, was strown with their dead bodies.Buckskin Mose|Buckskin Mose
But, Leofric, the high festival is strown by the servant of God upon the heart of man.
Altars must be strown with broken minds, and incense rise amid abject aspirations.
British Dictionary definitions for strow
/ (strəʊ) /
verb strows, strowing, strowed, strown or strowed
an archaic variant of strew
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