adjective \ˈthrän\

Definition of THRAWN

chiefly Scottish
:  lacking in pleasing or attractive qualities: as
a :  perverse, recalcitrant
b :  crooked, misshapen
thrawn·ly adverb, chiefly Scottish

Origin of THRAWN

Middle English (Scots) thrawin, from past participle of Middle English thrawen to twist
First Known Use: 15th century


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