Scrawling



verb (used with object)
1.
to write or draw in a sprawling, awkward manner:
He scrawled his name hastily across the blackboard.
verb (used without object)
2.
to write awkwardly, carelessly, or illegibly.
noun
3.
awkward, careless, or illegible handwriting.
4.
something scrawled, as a letter or a note.
verb
1.
to write or draw (signs, words, etc) carelessly or hastily; scribble
noun
2.
careless or scribbled writing, drawing, or marks

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