strew (something) on (something)(redirected from strew all on something)
strew (something) on (something)
To scatter or spread something on someone or something, especially in a disorganized, haphazard manner. Often used in passive constructions. Why are there dirty dishes strewn on the countertop like this? The wind picked up and began strewing dust on us.
strew something on someone or something
to sow or spread something on someone or something. The wind strewed the dandelion seeds on Fred and his friends. A child went down the aisle, strewing flowers on the white walkway ahead of the bride.