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  • n. One who scurries.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who scurries.


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  • Afra and Flk were trussing bird and scurrier beast for the spit while Damia and Trp were doing multiple tasks with the rest of the meal.

    Damia's Children

  • He knew of a couple of scurrier dens and rabbit warrens which he hoped had remained his secret.

    Damia's Children

  • Positioned as a new sequel to fan favorite Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time cel-shaded scurrier in more ways than one: platforming is more difficult; the time rewind is back; and the adventure is entirely linear.


  • It's a shame for the pint-sized, goal-scoring scurrier, because according to this distance calculator , a move to the Italian fashion capital would bring poor homesick Carlos a whopping 7.6 miles nearer home.

    The Guardian World News

  • (She, by the way, has a shorter, wider head; nowhere near the happenin 'scale patterns of this sartorial scurrier; and a relatively short and absolutely patternless gray tail that's clearly grown in replacement of her original tail, for which some bungler of a bird probably had to settle.


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