Scourge to Sear

Scourge, n.

    1. Whip, lash, thong, strap, cowhide, cord.
    2. Punishment, affliction, curse, pest, bane, plague, annoyance, infliction, nuisance.

Scourge, v. a.

    1. Lash, whip.
    2. Punish, chastise, chasten, correct, afflict.
    3. Harass, torment, afflict.

Scourger, n. Flagellant.

Scout, n. Spy.

Scout, v. n. Act the spy.

Scout, v. a. Ridicule, deride, disdain, despise, contemn, scorn, spurn, scoff at, laugh at, sneer at, hold in contempt, hoot at.

Scowl, v. n. Frown, look angry, sour, or sullen, lower, glower.

Scowl, n

    1. Frown.
    2. Gloom, threatening aspect.

Scrabble, v. a. Scribble, scrawl, scratch.

Scrabble, v. n. Scribble, scrawl.

Scrabble, n. Scramble, struggle.

Scragged, a. Rough, scraggy.

Scraggedness, n. Leanness, roughness.

Scragginess, n. Leanness, ruggedness, roughness.

Scraggy, a.

    1. Rough, rugged, uneven, broken, craggy, scabrous, scragged.
    2. Lean, thin, bony, lank, meagre, gaunt, angular, skinny, emaciated, attenuated, scranny, scrawny.

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