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Scamp

skæmp

Meanings of Scamp:

noun

A person, especially a child, who is mischievous in a likeable or amusing way.

Usage examples:

Some little scamp stuffed tissue paper in between the hammer and the bell
verb

Do (something) in a perfunctory or inadequate way.

Usage examples:

She had scamped her work

Meanings of Scamped:

verb

Do (something) in a perfunctory or inadequate way.

Usage examples:

She had scamped her work
noun

A person, especially a child, who is mischievous in a likeable or amusing way.

Usage examples:

Some little scamp stuffed tissue paper in between the hammer and the bell

Scamper

ˈskæm.pər

Meanings of Scamper:

verb

(especially of a small animal or child) run with quick light steps, especially through fear or excitement.

Usage examples:

He scampered in like an overgrown puppy
noun

An act of scampering.

Usage examples:

He heard the squeak and scamper of rats

Scampered

ˈskampə

Meanings of Scampered:

verb

(especially of a small animal or child) run with quick light steps, especially through fear or excitement.

Usage examples:

He scampered in like an overgrown puppy
noun

An act of scampering.

Usage examples:

He heard the squeak and scamper of rats

Meanings of Scamperer:

verb

(especially of a small animal or child) run with quick light steps, especially through fear or excitement.

Usage examples:

He scampered in like an overgrown puppy
noun

An act of scampering.

Usage examples:

He heard the squeak and scamper of rats

Scampering

ˈskampə

Meanings of Scampering:

verb

(especially of a small animal or child) run with quick light steps, especially through fear or excitement.

Usage examples:

He scampered in like an overgrown puppy
noun

An act of scampering.

Usage examples:

He heard the squeak and scamper of rats

Scampers

ˈskæm.pər

Meanings of Scampers:

verb

(especially of a small animal or child) run with quick light steps, especially through fear or excitement.

Usage examples:

He scampered in like an overgrown puppy
noun

An act of scampering.

Usage examples:

He heard the squeak and scamper of rats

Scampi

ˈskæm.pi

Meanings of Scampi:

noun

Norway lobsters when prepared or cooked.

Usage examples:

Scampi and chips

Meanings of Scamping:

verb

Do (something) in a perfunctory or inadequate way.

Usage examples:

She had scamped her work
noun

A person, especially a child, who is mischievous in a likeable or amusing way.

Usage examples:

Some little scamp stuffed tissue paper in between the hammer and the bell

Scamps

skamp

Meanings of Scamps:

noun

A person, especially a child, who is mischievous in a likeable or amusing way.

Usage examples:

Some little scamp stuffed tissue paper in between the hammer and the bell
verb

Do (something) in a perfunctory or inadequate way.

Usage examples:

She had scamped her work

Scams

skam

Meanings of Scams:

noun

A dishonest scheme; a fraud.

Usage examples:

An insurance scam
verb

Swindle.

Usage examples:

A guy that scams old pensioners out of their savings

Scan

skæn

Meanings of Scan:

verb

Look at all parts of (something) carefully in order to detect some feature.

Usage examples:

He raised his binoculars to scan the coast
noun

An act of scanning someone or something.

Usage examples:

A quick scan of the sports page

Examine minutely or intensely

Meanings of Scandal:

noun

An action or event regarded as morally or legally wrong and causing general public outrage.

Usage examples:

A bribery scandal involving one of his key supporters

Meanings of Scandalise:

verb

Shock or horrify (someone) by a real or imagined violation of propriety or morality.

Usage examples:

Their lack of manners scandalized their hosts

Meanings of Scandalised:

verb

Shock or horrify (someone) by a real or imagined violation of propriety or morality.

Usage examples:

Their lack of manners scandalized their hosts

Scandalising

ˈskæn.dəl.aɪz

Meanings of Scandalising:

verb

Shock or horrify (someone) by a real or imagined violation of propriety or morality.

Usage examples:

Their lack of manners scandalized their hosts

Meanings of Scandalize:

verb

Shock or horrify (someone) by a real or imagined violation of propriety or morality.

Usage examples:

Their lack of manners scandalized their hosts

Scandalized

ˈskand(ə)lʌɪz

Meanings of Scandalized:

verb

Shock or horrify (someone) by a real or imagined violation of propriety or morality.

Usage examples:

Their lack of manners scandalized their hosts

Scandalizes

ˈskæn.dəl.aɪz

Meanings of Scandalizes:

verb

Shock or horrify (someone) by a real or imagined violation of propriety or morality.

Usage examples:

Their lack of manners scandalized their hosts

Scandalizing

ˈskæn.dəl.aɪz

Meanings of Scandalizing:

verb

Shock or horrify (someone) by a real or imagined violation of propriety or morality.

Usage examples:

Their lack of manners scandalized their hosts

Meanings of Scandalmonger:

noun

A person who stirs up public outrage towards someone or their actions by spreading rumours or malicious gossip.

Usage examples:

It wasn't only the scandalmongers of tabloid journalism who were outraged.

Scandalous

ˈskandələs

Meanings of Scandalous:

adjective

Causing general public outrage by a perceived offence against morality or law.

Usage examples:

A series of scandalous liaisons

Scandalously

ˈskæn.dəl.əs.li

Meanings of Scandalously:

adverb

In a way or to a degree that shocks people or makes them feel annoyed or upset

Usage examples:

Scandalously expensive, scandalously, these extraordinary claims won't be investigated.

Scandals

ˈskæn.dəl

Meanings of Scandals:

noun

An action or event regarded as morally or legally wrong and causing general public outrage.

Usage examples:

A bribery scandal involving one of his key supporters

Scandent

ˈskandənt

Meanings of Scandent:

adjective

(especially of a graptolite) having a climbing habit.

Usage examples:

Despite its sand dune habitat and shortage of host support plants, this variety of clematis shows m…

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