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  • n. Plural form of scarecrow.

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Examples

  • But don't start believing that his scarecrows are the reason people watch this place for possibly pertinent arguments here or there.

    Channeling Religious Impulses

  • I was getting tired of the idea of scarecrows til I pulled them out again and was reminded how cute they are.

    Stray Thoughts

  • One facility uses a multi-faceted approach: the inflation of orange "scarecrows" synchronized with an annoying alarm.

    Seagulls Breed Discord in Rotterdam Port

  • We said: "By making patently false allegations about the positions of the ANC, these commentators would erect 'scarecrows', posing as ANC views, and then easily knock them down."

    ANC Today

  • By making patently false allegations about the positions of the ANC, these commentators would erect "scarecrows", posing as ANC views, and then easily knock them down.

    ANC Today

  • The ponds are supposed to have measures in place that keep migrating waterfowl from landing on the ponds, such as scarecrows and noisemakers.

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  • There would be real policemen fighting the rising tide of street violence instead of useless PCSO "scarecrows".

    The Lone Voice

  • 'scarecrows' are a great joke to them, and have been known at times to afford some fine materials for the lining of their nests.

    Children of the Wild

  • Those present and fit totaled 284, “fit” meaning starving scarecrows.27

    George Washington’s First War

  • The goddess of scarecrows (no brains but a good dancer?).

    Virginia welcomes Sarah Palin

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