acrawl

acrawl

(əˈkrɔːl)
adv
crawling
References in classic literature ?
Nor will the eternal movelessness that is coming to me be made easier or harder by the sacrifices or selfishnesses of the time when I was yeasty and acrawl."
"I'm getting murderized out here," Beharie jokes, at which point one of the crew helpfully points out that the woods are positively acrawl with any number of creatures that would gladly sink their envenomed fangs into human flesh.
"Motorists race up theM5, negotiate at acrawl theM5-M6interchangeat Spaghetti Junction and then head for the North.
Benson, who wrote biweekly market reports for Good Housekeeping in the 1880s, continued the tradition of avid attention to the stuffs of cooking and eating, most of which still arrived, in her era, hooved and clawed or acrawl with insects at Manhattan's vast Washington Market.
Gone are summer's salad days, when tasty insects filled the air and leaves were acrawl with plump larvae.