a roll of parchment, paper, copper, or other material, especially one with writing on it:
a scroll containing the entire Old Testament.
something, especially an ornament, resembling a partly unrolled sheet of paper or having a spiral or coiled form.
a list, roll, roster, or schedule.
(in Japanese and Chinese art) a painting or text on silk or paper that is either displayed on a wall (hanging scroll) or held by the viewer (hand scroll) and is rolled up when not in use.
Compare kakemono, makimono.
the curved head of a violin or other bowed instrument.
a note, message, or other piece of writing.
verb (used with object)
to cut into a curved form with a narrow-bladed saw.
Computers. to move (text) up, down, or across a display screen, with new text appearing on the screen as old text disappears.
verb (used without object)
Computers. to move text vertically or horizontally on a display screen in searching for a particular section, line, etc.
a roll of parchment, paper, etc, usually inscribed with writing
an ancient book in the form of a roll of parchment, papyrus, etc
a decorative carving or moulding resembling a scroll
(as modifier): a scroll saw
(in combination): scrollwork
(transitive) to saw into scrolls
to roll up like a scroll
(computing) to move (text) from right to left or up and down on a screen in order to view text that cannot be contained within a single display image
To flood a chat room or Internet game with text or macros in an attempt to annoy the occupants. This can often cause the chat room to be “uninhabitable” due to the “noise” created by the scroller. Compare spam.
noun 1. a narrow saw mounted vertically in a frame and operated with an up-and-down motion, used for cutting curved ornamental designs. 2. such a saw mounted in a power-driven machine. noun 1. a saw with a narrow blade for cutting intricate ornamental curves in wood
noun 1. decorative work in which scroll forms figure prominently. 2. ornamental work cut out with a scroll saw. noun 1. ornamental work in scroll-like patterns, esp when done with a scroll saw
verb (Northern English, dialect) scromes, scroming, scromed 1. (intransitive) to crawl or climb, esp using the hands to aid movement 2. to wriggle
verb (used without object), Chiefly Midland and Southern U.S. 1. to crouch, squeeze, or huddle (usually followed by down, in, or up). verb 1. (Midland English, dialect) to scratch (the skin) to relieve itching scrooch scrunch