Strewn



verb (used with object), strewed, strewn
[stroon] /strun/ (Show IPA) or strewed, strewing.
1.
to let fall in separate pieces or particles over a surface; scatter or sprinkle:
to strew seed in a garden bed.
2.
to cover or overspread (a surface, place, etc.) with something scattered or sprinkled:
to strew a floor with sawdust.
3.
to be scattered or sprinkled over (a surface):
Sawdust strewed the floor.
4.
to spread widely; disseminate:
to strew rumors among the troops.
verb strews, strewing, strewed, strewn, strewed
1.
to spread or scatter or be spread or scattered, as over a surface or area

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