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Definition of Scatteration
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Scatteration
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1. The California Teacher and Home Journal by California Dept. of Public Instruction (1884)
"scatteration. A. HINT FOB TEA.CHERS INSTITUTES AND COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS RY PROF. KNOWLTON. Although the title-word mty be neither Webst'erian nor ..."
2. A Tramp Abroad by Mark Twain (1880)
"It hit the pier in the centre and went all to smash and scatteration like a box of matches struck by lightning. I was the only one of our party who saw this ..."
3. Dialect Notes by American Dialect Society (1896)
"(skiet) : to a child on sneezing. scatteration ... There was a great scatteration." school-butter: the direst insult to a ..."
4. Logic of History: Five Hundred Political Texts; Being Concentrated Extracts by Stephen D. Carpenter (1864)
"The Milwaukee Sentinel of April 18, 1863, pitches into the President's "scatteration" policy, in sending BANKS off to the Bio Grande, &c. ..."
5. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1910)
"Now, a few words about the display in general: "Concentration," says a humorist, "is better than scatteration," and so will say all the thoughtful ones. ..."
6. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1904)
""Concentration," says a humorist, "is better than scatteration, " and so will say all the thoughtful ones. This holds true, whether we are dealing with an ..."
7. The Photographic Journal of America: The Oldest Photography Magazine in America (1917)
"Now, a few words about the display in general: "Concentration," says a humorist, "is better than scatteration," and so will ..."