How to Pronounce strew?

Correct pronunciation for the word "strew" is [stɹˈuː], [stɹˈuː], [s_t_ɹ_ˈuː].

"Strew" in context

Strew is an old English verb that means to spread something or to scatter it in an indiscriminate or random manner. It is often used when referring to throwing or scattering items or objects in a wide range. Examples of items often associated with strewing would be flowers, grass, leaves, or confetti. This word has also been used to describe the process of spreading out bedding materials such as hay, straw, and other grasses for sleeping or napping. Throughout time, people have also popularly used the term strew to describe the process of scattering seeds around garden beds to promote growth.

Usage over time for strew:

This graph shows how "strew" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

20 words made out of letters STREW

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