scattered around the country are members of a small fraternity of guys who own tanks.
scattered on the floor were pages of what would become Naked Lunch.
scattered around the room are the paintings that his wife did, in a burst of creativity, during the last months of her life.
scattered on the sidewalk, just beneath the flickering bulbs, were a handful of honeybees.
scattered here and there were the corpses of horses and donkeys.
scattered round, in a rude circle, stand the black villages, with their tall church-towers and old cloisters.
scattered about lay the feathers and dismembered bones of some birds.
scattered here and there throughout Milton's longer poems Dryden might, nevertheless, have found the thing he sought.
scattered about the forecastle lay the dead bodies of the crew.
scattered clearings here and there told him he was reaching the outskirts of the town.
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.