scoured

[ US /ˈskaʊɝd/ ]
[ UK /skˈa‍ʊ‍əd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. worn away as by water or ice or wind
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How To Use scoured In A Sentence

  • I will have scoured out of the country before he be three days aulder. Saint Ronan's Well
  • Londonist scoured some of the weather sites and found the following predictions.
  • Since 2000 he has scoured the globe for acquisitions to hasten growth. Times, Sunday Times
  • Since 2000 he has scoured the globe for acquisitions to hasten growth. Times, Sunday Times
  • We scoured the aircraft for something to gain some leverage.
  • My countrymen -- Australians -- men with whom I had hunted for silver in the desolate backblocks of New South Wales; men with whom I had scoured the interior of West Australia seeking for gold; men who had been with me on the tin fields and opal fields. Campaign Pictures of the War in South Africa (1899-1900) Letters from the Front
  • The hit-and-run scene was sealed off as forensic teams scoured it amid a huge manhunt. The Sun
  • Rescue crews had scoured an area of 30 square miles.
  • So they scoured the bottom and fixed up a banderbast for keeping the mud from coming downstream from above, and having made a sort of stewpond, put in four or five hundred yearling brownies. The Tragic Bride
  • The hit-and-run scene was sealed off as forensic teams scoured it amid a huge manhunt. The Sun
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