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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of scooch.

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Examples

  • "What a fool!" said Marietta, addressing herself, and she walked to the bars with great determination, let down one, "scooched" to go through, and, picking up her basket, went on to the amphitheatre.

    Country Neighbors

  • "Scali kind of scooched over there and bowed to it for a second."

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  • Pressed upon by many things, he gathered his wares and scooched up the tiles, not as slick as he had feared, and found himself moving steadily backwards to the peak.

    Painting a Chimney

  • For pure unadulterated duplicity, the only thing comparable is pretending you didn't punch your kid sister who scooched onto your half of the back seat during a long vacation drive.

    Entering Massachusetts: Please Don't Hug the Republicans

  •   While Gordon was gone, I scooched over to his end of the booth so I could get a closer look at his curved neck collared in that blue corduroy shirt when he returned.

    Warning: Mud Makes Me Horny

  • We picked her up and I scooched over in the back seat of the van so she could stretch out, her head in my lap, crying from pain and frustration.

    Runners

  • I scooched past a woman in ugly sneakers to stand next to Elizabeth.

    Nice and Mean

  • I scooched back so she had room to climb up, and she leaned against the wall near my feet.

    Nice and Mean

  • I scooched the pallet closer to the shelves so that Swan could better watch over me.

    Bleeding Violet

  • Rachel and Lily scooched away to make room for me, both looking at me with awe in their eyes.

    mostly good girls

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