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


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  • Sister Hetton had pale skin and black hair scrooped back from her face and balled into a kind of doorknob on the back of her head.


  • No dewy-complexioned flower - girl with wide eyes and moist, parted lips stood there, but a skinny woman edging into late middle age-flat chest, flat bum, tight pale lips, hair scrooped so tight against her skull that it fair screamed.

    Wizard and Glass

  • The engine started and the car moved forward, but the buckled wheel scrooped against the frame.

    On The Beach

  • They heard the car snort and move away as the heavy bolts scrooped in their ancient grooves of stone.

    When Winter Comes to Main Street

  • We could count the rivets in her plates as we scrooped by, and the little drops of dew gathered below them.

    Traffics and Discoveries

  • I look for one who don't paint her lips and keeps her hair scrooped back against her head. "

    Wizard and Glass


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