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  • n. Muck, scum, dirt, dirtiness; also used attributively.
  • n. A scrounger; one who habitually borrows.
  • n. A dirty or untidy person; one who takes no pride in their appearance.
  • n. A scoundrel; a worthless or despicable person.
  • v. To mark with scunge, to begrime, to besmirch.
  • v. To slink about; to sneak, to insinuate.
  • v. To scrounge; to borrow.


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Probably related to scrounge.


  • French cheese flight at Fiddlehead Cafe A nutty, sheeps-milk Ossau-Iraty from the Basque region; a rich, creamy Edel de Cleron by Perrin Vermot; and a devastating co-op-produced bleu d'Auvergne that combined a sweet creaminess with some powerfully earthy, moldy scunge.

    Chicago Reader

  • Two Chinese coworkers who came unasked to my filthy apartment when I was laid up with a miserable viral scunge and brought me soup, medicine and tidied the place up.



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