from The Century Dictionary.
- To scratch; scrape
- noun A crab-apple, the common wild apple.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Entrancings: gads, a scrab; the quality, one large shilling.
Finnegans Wake 2006
The scrab-fab-brothers are very creative to come up with the online version of the classic game and now the alternative, so quickly!
Wordscraper Hurts My Eyes Erick Schonfeld 2005
He swore, scrab-bled at the hard stone with his nails, pushed madly against it with his shoulder ...
The Dark Queen Williams, Michael, 1952 Dec. 17- 1994
Roland agreed, but less than fifteen minutes later the land began to slope downward and this old section of the forest began to be invaded with smaller, younger trees: birch, alder, and a few stunted maples scrab-bling grimly in the soil for purchase.
The Waste Lands King, Stephen, 1947- 1991
I scrab - bled over the earth, seeking my blaster.
Trader To The Stars Anderson, Poul, 1926-2001 1964
Did she give you a kiss to make the scrab on your face better?
The Northern Iron George A. Birmingham 1907
Then scrab the movie and click on the export button or press Command + T.
To illustrate to you right in the face, they blinged a fucken snow scrab.
Is this the Turbo scrab book of my Grandma, yes Hemmingway today he would use it.