Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The streakfield, or striped lizard, Cnemidophorus sexlineatus.
“Reed Bunting sedge-scuttler; swayer; a cool perch”
“The little Guyanan had batted with his usual, self-effacing brilliance until he was lbw to a scuttler.”
“In today's Daily Mail Harry Redknapp could be set to pay £15m for irresistible Hispanic goal-scuttler Diego Forlán, who is considering leaving Atlético Madrid.”
“In the first place, two vile wretches — Rickon Goold, the ship-scuttler, and John”
“When he had heard, Matthias scowled into the fire and directed the scuttler robot to poke it up and throw on another log.”
“When he had heard, Matthias scowled into the fire and directed the scuttler robot to poke it up and throw THE STARS ARE ALSO FIRE 493 on another log.”
“You're improvin 'from a scuttler to a first-class fighting man;”
“Edmond Fitzmaurice: "I'm as great a jingo in Central Asia as I am a scuttler in South Africa.”
“Under the experienced counsel of the old gray scuttler of innocent companies, this procedure was resolved upon.”
“In the first place, two vile wretches -- Rickon Goold, the ship-scuttler, and John Cadman, the murderer -- supposing that Dr. Upandown and Mrs. Carroway are right.”
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