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Scutters

ˈskʌtə

Meanings of Scutters:

verb

(especially of a small animal) move hurriedly with short steps.

Usage examples:

A little dog scuttered up from the cabin
noun

An act or sound of scuttering.

Usage examples:

There was no sound in the wood, no scutter of tiny beast

Meanings of Scuttle:

noun

A metal container with a handle, used to fetch and store coal for a domestic fire.

Usage examples:

Carrying endless scuttles of coal up from the cellar
verb

Run hurriedly or furtively with short quick steps.

Usage examples:

A mouse scuttled across the floor

Scuttlebutt

ˈskʌt.əl.bʌt

Meanings of Scuttlebutt:

noun

Rumour; gossip.

Usage examples:

The scuttlebutt has it that he was a spy

Scuttled

ˈskʌt.əl

Meanings of Scuttled:

verb

Run hurriedly or furtively with short quick steps.

Usage examples:

A mouse scuttled across the floor
noun

A metal container with a handle, used to fetch and store coal for a domestic fire.

Usage examples:

Carrying endless scuttles of coal up from the cellar

Scuttles

ˈskʌt.əl

Meanings of Scuttles:

noun

A metal container with a handle, used to fetch and store coal for a domestic fire.

Usage examples:

Carrying endless scuttles of coal up from the cellar
verb

Run hurriedly or furtively with short quick steps.

Usage examples:

A mouse scuttled across the floor

Meanings of Scuttling:

verb

Run hurriedly or furtively with short quick steps.

Usage examples:

A mouse scuttled across the floor
noun

A metal container with a handle, used to fetch and store coal for a domestic fire.

Usage examples:

Carrying endless scuttles of coal up from the cellar

Meanings of Scutum:

noun

Another term for scute.

proper noun

A small constellation near the celestial equator (the shield), lying in the milky way between aquila and serpens.

adjective

Used with preceding greek letter or numeral to designate a star in the constellation scutum.

Usage examples:

The star beta scuti

Scuzzy

ˈskʌz.i

Meanings of Scuzzy:

adjective

Dirty and unpleasant.

Usage examples:

A scuzzy flat

Meanings of Scylla:

proper noun

A female sea monster who devoured sailors when they tried to navigate the narrow channel between her cave and the whirlpool charybdis. in later legend scylla was a dangerous rock, located on the italian side of the strait of messina.

Meanings of Scyllaea:

proper noun

A female sea monster who devoured sailors when they tried to navigate the narrow channel between her cave and the whirlpool charybdis. in later legend scylla was a dangerous rock, located on the italian side of the strait of messina.

Meanings of Scyllarus:

proper noun

A female sea monster who devoured sailors when they tried to navigate the narrow channel between her cave and the whirlpool charybdis. in later legend scylla was a dangerous rock, located on the italian side of the strait of messina.

Meanings of Scyphistoma:

noun

The fixed polyp-like stage in the life cycle of a jellyfish, which reproduces asexually by budding (strobilation).

Usage examples:

A larva metamorphoses into a small polyp termed the scyphistoma.

Meanings of Scyphistomae:

noun

The fixed polyp-like stage in the life cycle of a jellyfish, which reproduces asexually by budding (strobilation).

Usage examples:

A larva metamorphoses into a small polyp termed the scyphistoma.

Scyphistomas

sʌɪˈfistəmə

Meanings of Scyphistomas:

noun

The fixed polyp-like stage in the life cycle of a jellyfish, which reproduces asexually by budding (strobilation).

Usage examples:

A larva metamorphoses into a small polyp termed the scyphistoma.

Meanings of Scyphozoa:

plural noun

A class of marine coelenterates which comprises the jellyfishes.

Usage examples:

The phylum has traditionally been divided into four classes (anthozoa, scyphozoa, hydrozoa and cubo…

Meanings of Scyphus:

noun

A deep drinking cup or bowl.

Scythe

saɪð

Meanings of Scythe:

noun

A tool used for cutting crops such as grass or corn, with a long curved blade at the end of a long pole attached to one or two short handles.

Usage examples:

He also often bears a scythe or sickle in his arms, reflecting that time's eroding force cuts down …
verb

Cut with a scythe.

Usage examples:

The grass was scythed at regular intervals

Scythed

sʌɪð

Meanings of Scythed:

verb

Cut with a scythe.

Usage examples:

The grass was scythed at regular intervals
noun

A tool used for cutting crops such as grass or corn, with a long curved blade at the end of a long pole attached to one or two short handles.

Usage examples:

He also often bears a scythe or sickle in his arms, reflecting that time's eroding force cuts down …

Scythes

saɪð

Meanings of Scythes:

noun

A tool used for cutting crops such as grass or corn, with a long curved blade at the end of a long pole attached to one or two short handles.

Usage examples:

He also often bears a scythe or sickle in his arms, reflecting that time's eroding force cuts down …
verb

Cut with a scythe.

Usage examples:

The grass was scythed at regular intervals

Scythian

ˈsɪðɪən

Meanings of Scythian:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of the ancient region of scythia or its inhabitants.

Usage examples:

The formation of the scythian cultures
noun

A native or inhabitant of the ancient region of scythia.

Usage examples:

The scythians retreated into the crimea

Scything

ˈsaɪð.ɪŋ

Meanings of Scything:

verb

Cut with a scythe.

Usage examples:

The grass was scythed at regular intervals
noun

A tool used for cutting crops such as grass or corn, with a long curved blade at the end of a long pole attached to one or two short handles.

Usage examples:

He also often bears a scythe or sickle in his arms, reflecting that time's eroding force cuts down …
adjective

Moving sideways quickly, as if to cut through something or someone

Usage examples:

A scything tackle

Meanings of Sd:

abbreviation

South dakota (in official postal use).

Se

sɪˈliːnɪəm

Meanings of Se:

prefix

In words adopted from latin originally meaning ‘apart’ (as in separate ) or meaning ‘without’ (as in secure ).

abbreviation

South-east or south-eastern.

Usage examples:

Se regional offices
noun

The chemical element of atomic number 34, a grey crystalline non-metal with semiconducting properties.

The chemical element selenium.

Sea

siː

Meanings of Sea:

noun

The expanse of salt water that covers most of the earth's surface and surrounds its land masses.

Usage examples:

A ban on dumping radioactive wastes in the sea
abbreviation

Short for single european act.

Sea-change

ˈsiː ˌtʃeɪndʒ

Meanings of Sea-change:

noun

A complete change

Usage examples:

There will have to be a sea change in people's attitudes if public transport is ever to replace the…

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