[ US /ˈskəd/ ]
[ UK /skˈʌd/ ]
NOUN
  1. the act of moving along swiftly (as before a gale)
VERB
  1. run before a gale
  2. run or move very quickly or hastily
    She dashed into the yard
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How To Use scud In A Sentence

  • Presented with a series of tricky problems, the Scud decided to play safe and run like the clappers, and just belt the ball for all he was worth.
  • Nor does falconry soar towards the empyrean and scud in the firmament to demonstrate His almightiness.
  • But they are most admirable talaria, ankle-winglets enabling him to skim and scud, to direct his flight this way and that, to hover as well as to tower, even to run at need as well as to fly. The Flourishing of Romance and the Rise of Allegory (Periods of European Literature, vol. II)
  • Through the blown scud the clamour of the bell came mournfully to us over the waves; in the blown drifts of rain we saw the bawley labouring to us. Movie Night
  • The clouds were scudding along the tops of the peaks, and the sky was bruised a deep purple.
  • Asked if he is ever embarrassed at being labeled a junkman, Scudamore notes that "it's not the sexiest business, but my family and friends are proud of what I've achieved. Dan Dorfman: The Junkman Cometh
  • He caused an estimate to be taken of the sum required for his own expenditure, and that of those in his personal service; and being told that six hundred scudi would be sufficient, (scudo was at that time the name of a golden coin which, retaining the same weight and value, was afterwards called a zecchino,) 1 he gave orders that this sum should annually be set apart out of his patrimonial estate, for the expenses of the table. Chapter XXII
  • Sadly, the goldeye were apparently exhibiting the kind of lockjaw that often comes with scudding clouds and falling barometers. Edmonton Sun
  • LynnFlewelling 9:08 pm: Little fishing boats were coming in for the night, scudding across the choppy harbor, their lateen sails black moth wings against the vermillion sunset. Transcript: Well-Rounded Worlds with Lynn Flewelling « Coyote Con
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