from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Refuse water after cleaning or scouring.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun Refuse water after scouring.
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Refuse waterafter scouring.
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Edmund Burke, the “father of conservatism” and scourage of radicals everywhere would be appalled by the “conservative” company would be forced to keep if he was alive today and lumped together with the likes of people like Kagan.
The scourage of too high wages was fought by sending the jobs offshore and that was always rewarded with higher stock prices and huge income jumps for corporate executives.
Time has revealed that the USs estimations of Soviet intentions and Soviet tactics were highly accurate and that the USSR was a scourage to the world and its people.
- People who use the tragedy of a loved one at the hands of these lethal Islamists beasts to further their radical left-wing, treasonous beliefs are a scourage on this nation.
With the world veering from its Christian course after the Reformation, the scourage of an individualistic philosophy fall upon the human race.
Min. of Home Affairs, Ms.N. N Maphisa-Nqakula who is on record saying, "the scourage of Xenophobia needs to be condemned because it is based on prejudice, is frequently violent and most of the time, racist … there is no way that as the South African Government and as a nation we can tolerate or justify Xenophobia."
We hope and pray the Arab world will join with us to eliminate this scourage of civilization.
The scourage of crime is slowly ... slowly ... starting to level off.
I just remember going to the meetings and being very excited about it, and trying really to do something about lynching — which was a horrible scar and scourage.
And one of the biggest scourges, the biggest scourage we have had to overcome these years -- better said, cope with, for we have had to cope with, and we could not rightfully say overcome -- has been illiteracy.