be-strewn

bestrew

[bih-stroo]
verb (used with object), bestrewed, bestrewed or bestrewn, bestrewing.
1.
to strew or cover (a surface).
2.
to strew or scatter about.
3.
to lie scattered over.

Origin:
before 1000; Middle English bistrewen, Old English bestrēowian. See be-, strew

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bestrew (bɪˈstruː)
 
vb , -strews, -strewing, -strewed, -strewn, -strewed
(tr) to scatter or lie scattered over (a surface)

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