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  • verb Common misspelling of scoff.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I scough at the Obama supporters that think this is all about racism.

    Schneider: The Wright effect

  • There are evidently a lot of online die-hards who still scough at this view as though this were the most ludicrous idea they had ever heard of.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • Before you scough, consider for a moment what the implications are of a language that only recently changes *a/*ā into *o/*ō.

    Update of my "Diachrony of Pre-IE" document

  • There are evidently a lot of online die-hards who still scough at this view as though this were the most ludicrous idea they had ever heard of.

    Nyah, nyah, I told you so (or... Let's now talk seriously about Proto-Aegean)

  • Dorje intends, of course, to scough me -- all of us as soon as he has dealt with his rebels.

    Jimgrim

  • If his gang succeeded in deposing him they'd scough him and there'd be about a hundred of 'em free to play hell with the world.

    Jimgrim

  • This is often reduced to - o, as in Clitheroe, Shafto, and is easily confused with scough, a wood (Scand.), as in Briscoe (birch), Ayscough

    The Romance of Names

  • People need to prioritise environmental awareness into their daily routine, and not laugh or scough at the thought, believing media hype and big brother is yet again trying to scare them.

    Newswire Today - Free Newswire - Press Releases Distribution

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