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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of scrooch.


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  • He sauntered up the hummock and scrooched down beside the barbarian.

    Smart Dragons, Foolish Elves

  • So she took her place beside Mercedes and Toady and puffed and panted as the rope slowly unwound, and Billiard, scrooched low in the bucket, disappeared from view.

    Tabitha's Vacation

  • "He scrooched down as if he was nosing for something --"

    Flamsted quarries

  • He scrooched down behind the fence and whispered to me to come over into the orchard.

    Mitch Miller

  • So I scrooched down and laid low in that old nest, and didn't move or let on in any way that I was there.

    How Mr. Rabbit Lost his Tail Hollow Tree Stories

  • 'em, all scrooched down, with their feet in the earth, trying to make believe they grow there!


  • "Of course I laid pretty low when I heard that," Mr. 'Coon said, "for I knew that Mr. Man would most likely have a gun, so I got into a bunch of leaves and brush that must have been some kind of an old nest, and scrooched down so that none of me would show.

    How Mr. Rabbit Lost his Tail Hollow Tree Stories


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