Definition of Scatted

1. Verb. (present participle of scat) ¹



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Definition of Scatted

1. scat [v] - See also: scat

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scatted

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

Literary usage of Scatted

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1. The Ghost of Redbrook: A Novel by George James Atkinson Coulson (1879)
"See me!" and he took up the broad paw and drew it across his plump cheek. "Tommy nebber yun away any more. Won't get 'scatted out now, will he, Aunt Et'el? ..."

2. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, George H Warner (1902)
"... and he's speakin' aboot glass windows tae keep the stots frae weary- in'; an' as for inventions, the place is fair scatted up wi' them. ..."

3. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1845)
"At the general election in 1807, Lord Euston again found himself under the necessity of en. countering a formidable opposition, pre. scatted by Lord ..."

4. Mysterious Japan by Julian Street (1921)
"... she obediently scatted, closing the door behind her. She did not go far, however. Through the paper I could hear her whispering with another nesan in ..."

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