Definition of Scamped

1. Verb. (past of scamp) ¹



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Definition of Scamped

1. scamp [v] - See also: scamp

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scamped

scammee
scammel
scammer
scammers
scamming
scammoniate
scammonic acid
scammonies
scammonin
scammonyroot
scammy
scamp
scampavia
scampavias
scamped (current term)
scamper
scampered
scamperer
scamperers
scampering
scamperings
scampers
scampi
scampies
scamping
scamping speech
scampings
scampis
scampish

Literary usage of Scamped

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1. Journal of Materia Medica (1877)
"It may be the occupant, it may be the landlord, or it may be the builder, who scamped the work; it may be the workman, who idly, carelessly performed the ..."

2. Some Personal Reminiscences of Carlyle by Andrew James Symington (1886)
"OF HIS HOUSEā€”OF GOOD AND scamped BUILDINGS. Referring to his house, built in the reign of Queen Anne, he discoursed of good and bad bricks, remarking that' ..."

3. Lectures on the Labour Question by Earl Thomas Brassey Brassey (1878)
"It is stated that there is a great danger that piece-work may be 'scamped,' but that is a matter of supervision. I do not think it is dignified of the men ..."

4. Lectures on the Labour Question by Thomas Brassey Brassey (1878)
"It is stated that there is a great danger that piece-work may be ' scamped,' but that is a matter of supervision. I do not think it is dignified of the men ..."

5. On the Civic Relations by Henry Holt (1907)
"People often falsely reason about a good many other things as they do about scamped work. ... In point of honesty, scamped work is exactly on a ..."

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