Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In metal-working, the tapered end or feather-edge of a weld-lap.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • This year I am making scaf, mit, hat sets for some.

    » Handmade Christmas Strocel.com

  • The ships themselves on their ways, the tiers of scaf -

    Leaves of Grass [1867]

  • He looks the same old Jimmy with his head proped up with his dickey and a great scaf on his face.

    Augusta County: Mary A. Smiley to Thomas M. Smiley, May 30, 1861

  • It is understood the incident took place at around 4am when revellers returning from a night out picked up pieces of scaf

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  • * 'Carpenters setting upp the scaf - changed for those ofWood-Nortpn

    Biographia dramatica, or, A companion to the playhouse:

  • POLJ · April 12th, 2007 at 4:48 pm who cares? what’s wrong with a freedom fighter scaf? even i people are supporting the Palastinian people, or it’s just a bit of harmless fashion - why do you get your knickers in a twist?

    That “anti-war scarf” trend just doesn’t quit | Jewschool

  • I was very taken with the #tweetnadwa meetings held in Tahrir during the summer osamatarek 24 November 2011 1:20PM i agree with hszm apart from the fact that the silent majority are dominantd by pro scaf because their is something that needs to be cleared not sure if is intentional or unintentional this is for GOD to judge and reveal in time anyhow SCAF kept saying that they are not will holding power , they just wanted to move in transitional phase , etc then we have that meaningless referendum.

    The Guardian World News

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