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  • v. Present participle of scoot.


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  • Out in the open if he was to take the idea of scooting off a tweak from the gag would be fine to keep him inline but he knows that the snaffle means less brakes and less confidence from me.


  • Remember when you see these polls that McCain is kind of scooting by untouched right now.

    Poll: McCain Now Leading Obama Among Independents

  • BECK: And is there any -- is there any thought of maybe just kind of scooting it onto a barge and shipping it to some other country?

    CNN Transcript Sep 27, 2007

  • COLLINS: But -- and so she keeps kind of scooting over to where it might be just a little bit warmer with all of that hay.

    CNN Transcript Dec 15, 2006

  • And we'll see that, as we look at some of these live wind speeds, kind of scooting across the coastline, 27 there.

    CNN Transcript Jul 10, 2005

  • She kept putting past our office building so I was glad to see it wasn't a co-worker I had just honked and threatened with my "scooting" hand signal.


  • Not for me was the pleasure of "scooting" down the winding path before school-time to put my bottle against a mossy log, where the sunlit water might dance and ripple against its creamy whiteness.

    The Alpine Path: The Story of My Career

  • You have a vast array of moves on offer, such as scooting up the walls of a narrow passage, doing a swat turn across an opening or grabbing unsuspecting victims in a chokehold.


  • Have you ever seen your beloved dog or cat unceremoniously "scooting" their hind-parts on your beautiful new carpet?

    Rocky Mount Telegram - Business

  • "scooting,"'phoned the R.T.O. office, Mahamdiya, to enquire whether the line from that place to Romani was clear.

    The Fifth Battalion Highland Light Infantry in the War 1914-1918


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