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  • verb Present participle of scut.

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Examples

  • Yes the Bottler has scuttled out of his bunker, or had a lackey issue a statement before scutting back inside:

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • So I started work last night on a story that's been sort of scutting around in my hindbrain for a month or so, and it's doing that "well, I'm not sure what form I want to take yet but I'll keep talking so long as you keep typing" thing (or grafitti'ing, in this case).

    the shower strikes again

  • Down and dirty realism wins the day, not trashing progressives and Obama smiley face stickers on global warming, stolen elections, money cow oil wars for the elites, a perfect storm of financial chaos racing to America's second Depression, religious fanatics scutting around Washington like cockroaches, and the annihilation of America's ... quot; middle class "(just elites and human cattle -- that's the pug holy grail),

    The albatross around the neck of Progressive Americans.

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