from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A distorted horn, regrown after the disbudding operation of a goat, sheep, or cow.
- v. To move hastily; to scour.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To move hastily; to scour.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To graze, skim, or touch lightly; jerk.
- To scour; pass over rapidly, as on horseback.
- To run or fly; flit hurriedly; scour.
- n. A dwarfed or stunted horn. See the quotation.
The hunchback shifted his weight to his good foot and counted the seconds before his servant's shadow scur - ried up to him.
Again counting her steps, and putting blind faith in the good judgment of dwarven delvers, she sprinted another dozen paces, then stopped, turned to her right, and scur - ried forward.
In the hunt - ing of “Leviathan” which ensued (see Mintz) perhaps only the Cambridge Platonists managed to shun scur - rility.
Gallows Point is called, by which a long stretch would be saved, and we were cracking on cheerily, my mind full of my recent promotion, when, scur, scur, scur, we stuck fast on the bank.
MeMi: e greu sa scriu in dreptunghiul asta ... scur si la obiect vreau sa-mi recomandati sitcomuri noi. .care sa aiba 1 2 3 si sa fie in derulare.
Next Week: More stories to scur the scivvies off ya.
Hrace it at once, as we have before related, was, that personal abase and the from a state of indigence and dis - nsost licentioas and ancandid scur - tress, to taste the comforts of very iriltty continually flowed from his considerable emoluments frona his
Ron thought Tiger’s scur was already loose and that it probably would have come off when he engaged in a little head butting with Leonidas.
It helps to nut scur kids whun teh puruhnts cum to kid an say ‘Dis you did wrung.
e greu sa scriu in dreptunghiul asta ... scur si la obiect vreau sa-mi recomandati sitcomuri noi. .care sa aiba 1 2 3 si sa fie in derulare.