[thraw, thrah]

verb (used with object)

British Dialect. to throw.
  1. to twist; distort.
  2. to oppose; thwart; vex.

verb (used without object)

Scot. to disagree; object.


Origin of thraw

(v.) Scots, N England dialect form of throw (retaining in part earliest sense of the word); (adj.) apparently shortened from thrawn Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for thrawed

Historical Examples of thrawed

  • I wos a bit vexed when Jasper thrawed un into the say; who wudden be?

    The Birthright

    Joseph Hocking

  • He thrawed the bird's neck, and then went over the wall to join his clan.

  • He decaived 'is young laady, he was a ter'ble drunkard, and then afterwards, he thrawed hisself in the revver up to London.