scatter the fennel and the whole cloves of garlic around the chicken.
scatter half the rub over the surface of the meat and then use your fingers to distribute the rub evenly.
I could sing 'scatter seeds of kindness' and 'Yield not to temptation.'
scatter the fires at once and extinguish the blazing brands.
scatter a little dust on your head—a very little—not enough to dim the lustre on your hair.
Our motto is "scatter Sunshine," and our song is the prettiest music I ever heard.
scatter over it a very little rotten dung from a melon bed, and afterwards turn it twice during the winter.
scatter the things anywhere that they will lodge, as soon as they are higher than the dam.
scatter, as from an unextinguished hearth Ashes and sparks, my words among mankind!
scatter that seed upon the waters, and doubt not of the harvest!
scatter scat·ter (skāt'ər)
v. scat·tered, scat·ter·ing, scat·ters
To cause to separate and go in different directions.
To separate and go in different directions; disperse.
To deflect radiation or particles.