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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to strew:   (132 results)

Often used in the same context:
littered, encrust, spaded, denude, devour, bedecking, befoul, parboil, scatter, defile, trample, skitter, masticate, scaped, sow thistle, filches, munch, unwatered, sprinkled, loll, snuffle, shoveled, hackberries, rotting, discolors, potato peelings, dirties, shoos, backbite, flinging, glisten, rustles, infest, putrefying, sweet potato vine, scavenge, creeping thyme, abloom, unsoiled, splatted, perfumed, pelted, clomp, gnaw, hominy grits, sweet marjoram, ravish, mummify, scarify, axle grease, overgrowing, scurry, splattered, discolour, salad burnet, teem, caked, breadfruit tree, waterlog, fluttering, decorate, assorted, obliterate, tamped, creosoted, reeking, bury, destroy, mouldering, sheep sorrel, speckled, soaked, despoil, amble, cavort, careen, beetling, promenaded, crusted, flecked, perambulating, quack grass, spattered, reindeer moss, sprout, pulverise, gobble, mutilate, clopping, pulverize, unloose, wander, comb, skulk, disfigure, mow, eddied, lurk, hurl, immolated, discarded, buffaloes, bonfire, bullock, bulls, cornfields, flat, floating, heap, larks, moor, ox, oxen, sagebrush, spider, tide, yonder, agglomerations, alluvial, amazon, arid

More specific:
bestrew, litter

Appears in the definition of:
litter, scatter, spread, spread out

More general:
cover, distribute, spread, spread over


Also try:
— Adjectives for strew: dead, great, high, vast, brown, sacrificial, patient, chequered

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See strew used in context: 11 poetry verses, 11 Shakespeare works, 4 definitions

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