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Synonyms for scroll

a round shape formed by a series of concentric circles (as formed by leaves or flower petals)

a document that can be rolled up (as for storage)

move through text or graphics in order to display parts that do not fit on the screen

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In which scroll were written in ancient Hebrew, and in ancient Greek, and in good Latin of the School, and in Spanish, these words: 'Land ye not, none of you.
This scroll was signed with a stamp of Cherubim's wings, not spread but hanging downwards, and by them a cross.
At last the sun went down, and then, right up against the yellow sky, I saw a scroll of smoke go mounting, not much thicker, as it seemed to me, than the smoke of a candle; but still there it was, and meant a fire, and warmth, and cookery, and some living inhabitant that must have lit it; and this comforted my heart.
Oh, my fellow-men, behold of what a traitor in the camp of those great spirits who are enrolled upon the holy scroll of Justice and of Union, is appropriately capable
Giving the child an encouraging look, intended to reassure her and let her know, that, although she stood in the presence of the original Jarley, she must not allow herself to be utterly overwhelmed and borne down, the lady of the caravan unfolded another scroll, whereon was the inscription, 'One hundred figures the full size of life,' and then another scroll, on which was written, 'The only stupendous collection of real wax-work in the world,' and then several smaller scrolls with such inscriptions as
He understood, besides this, how to embroider braces with roses and other flowers, and scrolls, for he was very ready with his fingers.
At eight o'clock the fog lay heavily on the waves, and its thick scrolls rose little by little.
Chesney Wold is shut up, carpets are rolled into great scrolls in corners of comfortless rooms, bright damask does penance in brown holland, carving and gilding puts on mortification, and the Dedlock ancestors retire from the light of day again.
Beyond, drawn up on the beach, he could see the big war-canoes, with high and fantastically carved bows and sterns, ornamented with scrolls and bands of white cowrie shells.
Thou shalt come back neither to Beaulieu nor to any of the granges of Beaulieu, and thy name shall be struck off the scrolls of the order.
RotoView is the original smart scroll technology for tilt and motion gestures used to navigate the displays found in mobile electronic devices.
A RARE and beautiful 13th-century Byzantine prayer scroll has gone on show in Birmingham.
London, May 30 ( ANI ): The University of Bologna claim to have discovered the oldest complete scroll of Judaism's most important text, the Torah.
Summary: Rome: The world's oldest complete Torah scroll has been found in a university archive in .
The scrolls will be dramatically presented within a 25-foot-diameter Communal Scroll Table which features 10 individual chambers, one for each scroll, along with the full English translation, a large high-resolution image and a detailed explanation of each scroll's significance.