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scudded Definition


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scud
verb, intr scudded, scudding
    1. Said especially of clouds: to sweep quickly and easily across the sky.
    2. Said especially of sailing vessels: to sail swiftly driven by the force of a strong wind.
noun
    1. The act of scudding.
    2. Cloud, rain or spray driven by the wind.
Derivative: scudder
noun
    Etymology: 16c: from German schudden to shake.



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