from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • A dialectal variant of scoop.
  • To leap or move hastily from one place to another; run; scamper; skip.


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  • It may have something to do with that extra scoup of beans at dinner… OR…it could be a wicked case of the ‘BLOGUILTS’.

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  • I had often used and seen used, the shell of the gourd for a ladle, or scoup dish, and I took a gourd that was green, and excoriated a part, took out the seeds, &c., and without any further cleansing, I filled it with milk from the cow, and then hid it in the chaff pen.

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  • What a scoup Andy, I dont give two monkeys about nice away days, I just hope some of the players take there fingers put of there ar5e on sunday, And prove what they are been paid.


  • It's a tea bowl you simply scoup some water from it if you want to enjoy more cups of tea after it has been served.

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  • Wondered how they looked as they are wider and flatter than the traditional scoup on older models.

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  • Anybody get a new hood scoup for the 20102 GT yet?

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  • I scoup up this macaroni shrimp salad on washed and dry butter lettuce leaves and arrange on a large platter.

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  • If this is done by any other private corporation, I have no doubt that RCMP would launch investigation of FRAUD against them, & scoup up the management with a load of charges.

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