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  • n. Plural form of scrape.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of scrape.


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  • Now I hope you don ` t think this is bullshit, but my buddy told me he pissed in scrapes, so on a resent trip to Kansas I did this and you would not believe the action, this brought on! but there must have been hot does in the area.

    Scrapes: How To Start a Turf War

  • I have pissed in scrapes and used scrape scents and they both work.

    Scrapes: How To Start a Turf War

  • Finding the earliest scrapes is the key to pinpointing mature bucks, since 3-year-old and older deer leave these signposts before younger deer do.

    Gerald Almy's Guide to Scouting for Whitetail Deer

  • Or perhaps they thought that getting into scrapes is part of childhood, and that parents have no right to let their own worries dominate their children's growth.

    The Organization Kid

  • He was always in scrapes at school, but a great favourite with masters and boys notwithstanding; and he straightway laid his boyish heart down at Norah's feet, and was her slave from the first day they met.

    A Little Bush Maid

  • Yeh see, these folks that hurries allus, they gits into scrapes, is just what I 'm allus a tellin' Hepsy.

    Oldtown Folks

  • i hunt scrapes from a stand and mornings in pre rut are when i usually see bucks hittin scrapes hard and in the rut they will hit them all the time! my favorite hunting is srape lines!!!!!

    So I did not see anything in the woods I was hunting today, but on the way out we walked a trail for horses that we can hunt.

  • The article goes on to describe Harry's youthful scrapes, which is well as it serves as contrast to his honorable if short service.

    Harry Comes Home

  • "Ah, he is a wild one," rejoined the prefect, "and the less intimate you are with him the better; he is always in scrapes of one sort or other; one cannot help liking him, but do not let him beguile you.

    Zoe: The History of Two Lives

  • "One wrong word scrapes the wrong nerve and you'll find yourself back at Supply Cen­tral, busted in rank and cataloging foodstuffs for the du­ration."

    The False Mirror


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