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- n. A an abrupt, high-pitched sound.
- n. A beggar or destitute person.
- v. To beg or scrounge.
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It employs a nomenclature "narf," "scrunt" that appears to derive either from babytalk or frat initiation.
And the scrunt, a wolf-size beast with a bristlygrass coat, will give kids a good fright.
They rose, and the scrunt of Janet's chair on the floor, when she pushed it behind her, sent a thrilling shiver through her body, so tense was her mood.
I'm not playing their freakin 'game anymore, and I'm not going to be bullied by the likes of this Sherrod scrunt.
It employs a nomenclature ( "narf," "scrunt") that appears to derive either from babytalk or frat initiation.
I did call genghis a bottom feeding, sperm burping scrunt for not advertising the flame war in advance, though.
I wonder if Landrieu is French for feckless scrunt.
I’ve met a woman who, to use Ace’s terminology is a complete scrunt - at least in my estimation.
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