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- v. To crowd; to squeeze.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To crowd; to squeeze.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To squeeze; press; crowd.
Its time to focus on the scrouge which is the parasite on the back of Mendocino County.
Are we to expect scrouge McDuck fronting new HBoS adverts.
Persons made their academic career by writing about this country's moral degradation and proposals for ridding the country of this scrouge sic of feeble mindedness.
I had to scrouge back to find the Election Day Exit Polls for the ten Senate races worth watching.
I don't mean to be a scrouge, but since the voting is not limited to one, two or three votes -- but as many as one likes, it is simply a ridiculous outcome, non?
Or whichever positive quality that you could scrouge up about me.
Reeling in dismay, I do a quick scrouge around the block and find my cancer sticks, fighting another man for the right of first puchase.
At last they got out the coffin and begun to unscrew the lid, and then such another crowding and shouldering and shoving as there was, to scrouge in and get a sight, you never see; and in the dark, that way, it was awful.
De little chillun would scrouge around wid deir tin cups and dip into de pan for de bean, pea, or turnip pot liquor.
Us carry on foolishness 'bout de little boar shoat pig and de little sow pig, then I squeal in laughter over how he scrouge so close; de slop bucket tipple over and I lost my seat.
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