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Scand

1.
Scandinavian (def 3).

Scand.

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  • If ye want to be th' subjick iv our Scand'lous discoorse ye'd betther go out an' make a repytation.

    Mr. Dooley Says Finley Dunne
  • As to other answer, I don't know but that I might answer it by an action of Scand.

  • "These are the most Scand'lous purceedings that I ever heard tell of," ventured Aunt Peggy, in her snappish way.

    Wyoming Edward Sylvester Ellis
  • Scand'lous, I calls it,” Debbie confided to the pan of corn bread she was busily cutting into golden brown pieces.

  • I don't wonder that ye wants to shet out the noise Mike makes whin aiting, fur the same is Scand'lous.

  • The sound was then distinctly guttural, and the guttural character of sk has in nearly every case been kept in Scand.

  • This palatalization of sk was general in Scotland as well as in England, and such words in sk must be regarded as Scand.

  • I have adopted the following tests of form, meaning and distribution in determining the Scand.

  • But, my land, Mr. Ravenslee, the Scand'lous prices as th' tradespeople has been allowed t' charge you these last six months!

    The Definite Object Jeffery Farnol
  • He was tooken thet way early this mawnin' an' hes mizzery hes been suthin' Scand'lous.

    The Song of the Wolf Frank Mayer
Related Abbreviations for Scand

Scand.

1.
Scandinavia
2.
Scandinavian
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