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- n. a screech
- v. To screech.
- v. To scratch an itch.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A screech.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To screech; shriek.
- n. A shrill cry; a screech.
- n. A thrush. See screech, 3.
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So I dragged my heel from the water's edge over the sand-bar to the beach, making a thin scritch of a line.
Amid the drowning hum in my ears I can hear the scritch of metal on wood.
Toby and I looked at each other, the house around us silent except for the gentle scritch of Father sawing downstairs in his workshop.
Might even be less annoying than my cats using my fingers while typing to scritch themselves on.
Put dat sawftee swettur ina bawx ai can hied in sum liek Shroediggur/wutebbur kitteh. scritch awn dat cradbord bawx nd putz da shreddeez awl obur da flor.
As always, give those good kitties of yours a good scritch from me, and a rub of the forehead, plud s polite sniff, from each of the Kracker cats.
Franklin did too, because SAM had discovered exactly the right way to scritch him.
Every now and then I reach in and give her a scritch.
I'd scritch it behind the ears, but that would be gooey.
An pleeze giv teh enchanting Amber a schmoo an a scritch frum me.