- twisted; crooked; distorted.
- contrary; peevish; perverse.
- unpleasant; sullen.
Origin of thrawn
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What he had to say was of vast importance, and Thrawn Island shared in his achievement.
They were the windows of the Thrawn Island satellite-tracking installation.
The bolide was not white-hot, then, as when it passed over Thrawn Island.
There was a mention of Thrawn Island as being on the very edge of the Deep.
"Morton's just been talking to me from Thrawn Island," he said abruptly.
- crooked or twisted
- stubborn; perverse
Northern English dialect, variant of thrown, from Old English thrāwan to twist about, throw