Definition of Scatt

1. a tax [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scatt

scatologic
scatologically
scatologies
scatoma
scatophagous
scatophagy
scatophiles
scatoscopy
scats
scatt (current term)
scattald
scattalds
scatted
scatter
scatter'd
scatter factor
scatter pin
scatter plot
scatter rug
scatteration
scatterations
scatterbrain
scatterbrained
scatterbrains

Literary usage of Scatt

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1. The Book of British Topography: A Classified Catalogue of the Topographical by John Parker Anderson (1881)
"... scatt, Sir Walter. The Land of Scott ; or, Tourist's guide to Abbotsford, the Country of Sibbald, Sir Robert, The History, Ancient and Modern, ..."

2. Good Words by Norman Macleod (1874)
"Donor not debtor to the garish day, A soul-born sunshine scatt'ring any shade Of care or grief that ever round her lay. ..."

3. The Gardener's Magazine and Register of Rural and Domestic Improvement by J C Loudon (1840)
"... and Stone scatt for tlu radiating Centre <if ike Derby Arboretum. of drainage for such hollows, as well as the very limited space, and the necessity of ..."

4. The Celtic and Scandinavian Antiquities of Shetland by Gilbert Goudie (1904)
"... proprietors of the lands liable, so that the amount now leviable is inconsiderable. From a copy of the Rental of the duties, described as feu, scatt, ..."

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