He tapped the down arrow on his keyboard, scrolling through what was on his computer screen.
He was scrolling through Goodreads.com, monitoring the reception of his new novel, Matrimony.
scrolling through this hate-filled manifesto for the first time made the hairs on my arm tingle with discomfort.
c.1400, "roll of parchment or paper," altered (by association with rolle "roll") from scrowe (c.1200), from Anglo-French escrowe, Old French escroe "scrap, roll of parchment," from Frankish *skroda "shred" or a similar Germanic source, from Proto-Germanic *skrauth- (cf. Old English screada "piece cut off, cutting, scrap;" see shred (n.)). As an ornament on furniture or in architecture, from 1610s.
"to write down in a scroll," c.1600, from scroll (n.). Sense of "show a few lines at a time" (on a computer or TV screen) first recorded 1981. Related: Scrolled; scrolling.