from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A dialectal variant of scoop.
- To leap or move hastily from one place to another; run; scamper; skip.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
It may have something to do with that extra scoup of beans at dinner… OR…it could be a wicked case of the ‘BLOGUILTS’.
I had often used and seen used, the shell of the gourd for a ladle, or scoup dish, and I took a gourd that was green, and excoriated a part, took out the seeds, &c., and without any further cleansing, I filled it with milk from the cow, and then hid it in the chaff pen.
What a scoup Andy, I dont give two monkeys about nice away days, I just hope some of the players take there fingers put of there ar5e on sunday, And prove what they are been paid.
It's a tea bowl you simply scoup some water from it if you want to enjoy more cups of tea after it has been served.
Wondered how they looked as they are wider and flatter than the traditional scoup on older models.
Anybody get a new hood scoup for the 20102 GT yet?
I scoup up this macaroni shrimp salad on washed and dry butter lettuce leaves and arrange on a large platter.
If this is done by any other private corporation, I have no doubt that RCMP would launch investigation of FRAUD against them, & scoup up the management with a load of charges.
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