strewment

strewment

(ˈstruːmənt)
n
an item or items that have been strewn
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References in classic literature ?
Well, here I am tonight, hoping for sleep, and lying like Ophelia in the play, with`virgin crants and maiden strewments.' I never liked garlic before, but tonight it is delightful!
Democracy here is a strewment of pins on a map, and the pins are already loose, the map out of date.
The priest in Hamlet refers to the tradition when he speaks of Ophelia's burial, spared the ignominy of a suicide's unconsecrated grave: Yet here she is allowed her virgin crants, Her maiden strewments, and the bringing home Of bell and burial.