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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.
But then -- then the terrorist attack happened yesterday afternoon in Israel, and that sort of obviously scuddled the progress that was made.
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.
a girl scuddled lightly around the corner, slipped on a patch of icy snow and fell plump upon the sidewalk.