Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of scooch.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In Mr. McCullough's Paris, Samuel F. B. Morse, the future inventor of the telegraph, tries his hand at painting, scooching on a scaffold in the Louvre as he makes copies of famous portraits.

    Don't Know Much About History

  • Ignore the Iwo Jima photographs. was because it seemed like if you were in the right place in your living room - try scooching to the left - she might look at you.

    Behind the lens

  • In Mr. McCullough's Paris, Samuel F. B. Morse, the future inventor of the telegraph, tries his hand at painting, scooching on a scaffold in the Louvre as he makes copies of famous portraits.

    Don't Know Much About History

  • “Well, yes,” he said, scooching down so we were eye-to-eye.

    And One Last Thing…

  • I hope you remembered the mustard, he says, scooching me around and toward the door, both of us taking one last lingering look at his father.

    Vivian Rising

  • Other techniques mentioned at AbeBooks include sitting up against the headboard with some pillows, "scooching slowly down as I get sleepier and sleepier", and the bizarre pillow-under-the stomach approach, with the book propped against the wall.

    Sitting, lying or standing: what's the pole position for reading?

  • Shit, Anna thought, scooching herself into the corner.

    Law of Attraction

  • Shit, Anna thought, scooching herself into the corner.

    Law of Attraction

  • Shit, Anna thought, scooching herself into the corner.

    Law of Attraction

  • “Well, yes,” he said, scooching down so we were eye-to-eye.

    And One Last Thing…

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