The correct answer is scatter.
A. count bacteria under a microscope
C. rummage around
D. wander aimlessly
The correct answer is (B) To scatter, to sprinkle or spread (often haphazardly) with small objects. To drop or throw about in a disorderly fashion. To cover a surface in this manner.
Strew comes from Old English streawian, streowian, strewian, German strewen
Examples of use:
- Her clothes were strewn about the room
- As a result of the accident, the road was strewn with broken glass.