Definition of Scaths

1. Verb. (third-person singular of scath) ¹



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Definition of Scaths

1. scath [v] - See also: scath

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scaths

scatbacks
scatch
scatches
scatemia
scath
scathe
scathed
scatheless
scathes
scathful
scathfulness
scathing
scathingly
scathingness
scathless
scaths (current term)
scatole
scatoles
scatolia
scatolias
scatologic
scatologically
scatologies
scatoma
scatophagous
scatophagy

Literary usage of Scaths

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1. Elementary Lessons in Physics by John B. Gifford (1894)
"Along one of the sides saw two parallel scaths (a and b in Figure 53) £ of an ... In the parallel scaths place two pieces of looking glass, 2 by 6 inches, ..."

2. Elementary Lessons in Physics by John B. Gifford (1894)
"Along one of the sides saw two parallel scaths (a and b in Figure ... In the parallel scaths place two pieces of looking glass, 2 by 6 inches, ..."

3. The Fredoniad, Or, Independence Preserved: An Epick Poem on the Late War of 1812 by Richard Emmons (1830)
"... Like heaven on Sodom for its lewd excess, Or like a fire that scaths the wilderness! Now Towson having still'd the batteries' tongue, Levels his engines ..."

4. Complete Works of Rev. Thomas Smyth, D. D. by Thomas Smyth (1908)
"... the head of such an infant community; when it carries blight over every coming prospect, and scaths every present means of comfort and enjoyment; ..."

5. The Fredoniad: Or, Independence Preserved: An Epick Poem on the Late War of 1812 by Richard Emmons (1827)
"... Like heaven on Sodom for its lewd excess, Or like a fire that scaths the wilderness !" 660 Now Towson, having still'd the batteries' tongue, ..."

6. Select Works of John Bale ...: Containing the Examinations of Lord Cobham by John Bale, Henry Christmas (1849)
"He answered him: " Yes, if he were mine, I would lay him up honestly, and see unto him, that he should take no more scaths abroad, nor be robbed of his ..."

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