Related formsthrawn·ly, adverbthrawn·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for thrawn
We believe that something else makes the deep-sea fish come up into the Thrawn Island lagoon, don't we?
The bedsteads hanging midway between floors look twisted and thrawn—nothing stands up straight.My War Experiences in Two Continents|Sarah Macnaughtan
Terry observed that the people of Thrawn Island were definitely no longer interested in fish.
They were the windows of the Thrawn Island satellite-tracking installation.
"Morton's just been talking to me from Thrawn Island," he said abruptly.