scrawl


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Sometimes, when he came in after dinner to settle down to work, he would find a piece of paper on his table covered with her schoolgirl scrawl.
It was he who invented that writing, which would pass as a child's scrawl unless you just happened to have the key to it.
If they had not done justice to his erotic bellowings and gesticulations, he stuck in, in a large inky scrawl, all and more than they had omitted.
There was also a characteristic scrawl from Philippa, full of Alec and Alonzo, what they said and what they did, and how they looked when they saw her.
Three days, at white heat, completed his narrative; but when he had copied it carefully, in a large scrawl that was easy to read, he learned from a rhetoric he picked up in the library that there were such things as paragraphs and quotation marks.
Rose looked hard at the scrawl, and presently announced, with an air of superior wisdom
But ever the persistent soil remains for others to scrawl themselves across.
This is Grimsby's scrawl - only three lines, the sulky dog
The exhibition of the card with the scrawl of green ink awoke a flicker of life in the parchment face of the depressed retainer, and it was with a certain shaky courtesy that he suggested that the strangers should remain.
His hand shook so that he was a long time writing it, and wrote it in a tremulous scrawl at last.
They had opened the door at the bottom of the staircase giving on the yard, and they stood in the sunlight, looking at the scrawl of the two unsteady childish hands two or three steps up the staircase.
After pausing for some time, he slowly scrawls upon it in a hand that is not his, "Chesney Wold?