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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of scooch.

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Examples

  • Cassidy scowls and scooches up the leg of her sweat pants, then busies herself checking out the bruises on her shins.

    Dear Pen Pal

  • Cassidy scowls and scooches up the leg of her sweat pants, then busies herself checking out the bruises on her shins.

    Dear Pen Pal

  • Cassidy scowls and scooches up the leg of her sweat pants, then busies herself checking out the bruises on her shins.

    Dear Pen Pal

  • Cassidy scowls and scooches up the leg of her sweat pants, then busies herself checking out the bruises on her shins.

    Dear Pen Pal

  • His second ball is similarly directed but wings a little further down leg; Tamim tries to pull it but it scooches off his pad before flying for four, with Bowden crediting the runs to the batsman.

    The Guardian World News

  • She's been riding in cars with Paris Hilton, and when she scooches out of the backseats, everything and the kitchen sink (and there might actually be a kitchen sink somewhere in there) spills out.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • She's been riding in cars with Paris Hilton, and when she scooches out of the backseats, everything and the kitchen sink (and there might actually be a kitchen sink somewhere in there) spills out.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • She's been riding in cars with Paris Hilton, and when she scooches out of the backseats, everything and the kitchen sink (and there might actually be a kitchen sink somewhere in there) spills out.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • She's been riding in cars with Paris Hilton, and when she scooches out of the backseats, everything and the kitchen sink (and there might actually be a kitchen sink somewhere in there) spills out.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • She's been riding in cars with Paris Hilton, and when she scooches out of the backseats, everything and the kitchen sink (and there might actually be a kitchen sink somewhere in there) spills out.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

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