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


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  • But then came Atropine, delicate, concentrated and drawn from a the true fountain of youth, strikes her newly scuddled veins and explodes them open as her heart returns its rhythmic beat.

    God-e Team

  • But then -- then the terrorist attack happened yesterday afternoon in Israel, and that sort of obviously scuddled the progress that was made.

    CNN Transcript Mar 28, 2002

  • Above me clouds scuddled across the blue vitriol of the April sky, and the sun slumped toward the horizon, painting the clouds’ soft bellies golden.

    The Monstrumologist

  • a girl scuddled lightly around the corner, slipped on a patch of icy snow and fell plump upon the sidewalk.

    The Four Million


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