- n. Plural form of scollop.
“I was told here that I didn't have a New York accent, the only indication being that I said scallops with the a as in the name Al instead of "scollops" with the a as in the word ball, which is the old New England way.”
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“Then the lustrous meadows far beyond the thatch of the garden-wall, yet seen beneath the hanging scollops of the walnut-tree, all awaking, dressed in pearl, all amazed at their own glistening, like”
“The kitchen was as dark and darker than the cider-cellar, and long lines of furrowed scollops ran even up to the chimney-stacks.”
“This N.E. end has beautiful sand beaches on the southern side, in front of the forested bank, lying in smooth ribbons along the level shore, and in scollops round the promontories where the hills come down into the lake.”
“She had hardly finished her tea, when she noticed a waiting maid approach, dressed in a red satin jacket, and a waistcoat of blue satin with scollops.”
“Our dresses would be embroidered with a lot of scollops, hand embroidered.”
“I began my dinner with turbot and ended with scollops.”
“She thought of having it scolloped, but in hot weather scollops are apt to spile unless cookt, and I think a _roosh_ of oyster shells would be rather more _distangue_.”
“When this is done the spaces are filled in with fancy stitches, and when they are completed the lawn is cut away from the edge-scollops with a pair of fine sharp, scissors.”
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