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  • v. Present participle of scram.


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  • However, if you live in one of these depreciating markets and already plan on scramming in the next few years, do it now--it's probably going to get worse before it gets better.

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  • She minds me by scramming right back into the kitchen and barking her head off.

    Crossing the Tracks

  • He declared an emergency and a few seconds later I saw him buzz over our heads, scramming back to base.

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  • "Before I assisted her in scramming to a place of relative safety, she passed on some information that pertains to the whole Surrogate 13 mess."

    Kahen no Ame

  • But their scams for scramming money are apparently legal, their shades, miniscule.

    Uncle Sam Shazam

  • Again Mr. Bloviator, you have to slow down and take more time, as opposed to making a quick pit stop, and scramming.


  • A little different here because the defense today -- very skillful job of portraying the alleged accuser, in particular the mom and the family, as basically scramming and scheming with a massive con trying to hit the jackpot for millions of dollars.

    CNN Transcript Jun 13, 2005

  • What I even expected less was having my colleagues scramming around my screen laughing too.

    مدونة محمد سعيد احجيوج


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