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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of scootch.


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  • Lyla scootches closer to the pool and dangles her shaved legs.

    Whatever Lyla Wants

  • “So I never told you about Jam Band,” I begin, and Sarah scootches a little closer to me, smiling, ready to hear some great Jeremy Fitch story.

    Ten Miles Past Normal

  • Rat scootches over, favoring the left half of the window to give him angle into the car.

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  • I think if I could get any wheel I wanted, I'd probably get a folding Ashford -- I like how solid they are nothing worse than a wheel that scootches.

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  • I love her crooked little smile and how she scootches across the floor to cling to my legs each time she sees me.

    Big Smile- First Mother's Day.

  • But she scootches when she tries to move - usually backwards or in complete circles.

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  • And that he scootches his ass across the carpet after he does his business ...


  • The action commenes when the four-year-old child seated directly behind him scootches down and down in his seat til his feet reach the man's seat back.


  • He sites quietly, he stands when he's supposed to, and although he often refuses to kneel, he at least scootches himself forward on the seat, kneeling-like. Parenting Special Needs


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