[ UK /skˈædz/ ]
[ US /ˈskædz/ ]
[ US /ˈskædz/ ]
a large number or amount
she amassed stacks of newspapers
made lots of new friends
How To Use scads In A Sentence
- There is just scads of stuff on families and marriage, but very little on friendship. It baffles me. Friendship has a bigger impact on our psychological well-being than family relationships.
- Both films, despite scads of sexy talk, scantily clad bodies, and anatomical joking, shun actual nudity, preserving an aura of safety, if not sanctity, around the love act itself.
- From in-store cameras to data-mining the scads of info collected by loyalty-card use and beyond, retailers are depending more and more on new technology to boost sales.
- Young, Chicago artist Thomas Roach begins his creative process of finding content by an odd, laborious exercise of borrowing scads of clipped magazine pages from the Chicago Public Library's archives. Paul Klein: What If a Curator's Agenda Doesn't Match the Artist's?
- They invest in scads of training, use worker-involvement schemes to keep productivity high, and motivate employees with profit-sharing and pay-for-performance bonuses.
- Not only do scads of other books cover this material, but the amount of practical advice is minimal in comparison with the rest of the book.
- The AABC has set its sights on search engines, hoping to expose scam ads or "scads," its term for sponsored search results that are targeted using competitors 'brand names. ClickZ News
- We cleared it of scads of unsorted mail, a few old magazines, the Sunday Times and random pocket detritus.
- Certainly this is not because he's a millionaire studbolt adored by scads of teenage females.
- Lily manages to convince them of her noble aim (which is to sell their musical heritage for piles of cash while bringing scads of curious music lovers into the solitary mountain towns).