[ UK /skˈæmp/ ]
- one who is playfully mischievous
- perform hastily and carelessly
How To Use scamp In A Sentence
- Scamp had an airtight alibi, naturally, but then again young Leakey never said who exactly had done it.
- You will pay £8.75 (at the time of writing) but scampi is on the menu for £6.95.
- Sure, there were film songs sung with verve, dances and a skit, and games for children scampering around.
- A scampering noise beat across the ceiling before a little trapdoor opened with a dull thud, previously completely invisible to all in the bar.
- But they're also – judging by the other "what is?" search terms – puzzled by sauteed shrimp "what is scampi? Google crowns royal wedding as fastest-rising UK search of 2011
- Some of the animals chattered a moment and then went on their way, while others stayed to scamper or fly around the two friends.
- He's a bit of a charming scamp, a perfect fit for the exuberant, free-wheeling '60s.
- You can tell this isn't going to be a winter of picturesque snowscapes and mitten-clad children scampering around with their hoods up - it's one of the bleak, sub-zero temperatures variety.
- For £5.50 there was a choice of cod or haddock, with scampi £1 extra.
- Jamie Barrow concluded the scoring when he scampered onto Smith's pass to rifle the ball past Knowles.