[ US /ˈskæmpɝ/ ]
[ UK /skˈæmpɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. rushing about hastily in an undignified way
VERB
  1. to move about or proceed hurriedly
    so terrified by the extraordinary ebbing of the sea that they scurried to higher ground
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How To Use scamper In A Sentence

  • 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.
  • Some of the animals chattered a moment and then went on their way, while others stayed to scamper or fly around the two friends.
  • 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.
  • Jamie Barrow concluded the scoring when he scampered onto Smith's pass to rifle the ball past Knowles.
  • The horses scampered down the flat to search out alfilaria. The California Birthday Book
  • Mia scampered off into the kitchen and came back with some scones with honey butter glazed on them.
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  • No matter how hard I try, I simply cannot keep up with my guide, Alistair, who scampers over the screes like some tweed-clad mountain goat.
  • Well the poor mutt ran away howling in pain and agony and he scampered shiveringly to a refuge in a deserted shack.
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