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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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Wonderful then when summer reasserted itself and something burst the mouldy torpor, such as a red admiral or a small blue butterfly or the taste of wild blackberry and the first scrumped apple.
Though most of the blackberries have already been scrumped, there's still a bounty of elderberries.
That a non-existent progenitor scrumped (stole) an apple and visited misery for ever more on his offspring.
The water and sandwich would only be a memory by 1000 but we knew where all the springs, blackberries and wild strawberries and raspberries were; not to mention the best gardens from where apples, plums and cherries could be scrumped!
It's a mistake when visiting the Uk not to enjoy the country's media, while munching on Melton Mowbray Pork Pie, potted shrimps on toast and home made blackberry and (scrumped) apple pies, especially its critics and attack dog journalists.