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scan to read or look over quickly; skim. [10 definitions]
scandal an action, situation, or behavior that seriously offends societal standards of propriety or morality. [4 definitions]
scandalize to shock by offending one's sense of proper or moral conduct.
scandalmonger one who spreads malicious gossip.
scandalous causing, or likely to cause, a scandal; shocking; disgraceful. [2 definitions]
Scandinavia the northernmost region of Europe, comprising Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, and Iceland.
Scandinavian of or pertaining to Scandinavia or its peoples, cultures, languages, or the like. [3 definitions]
scandium a metallic chemical element that has twenty-one protons in each nucleus and that forms a trivalent ion present in trace quantities in many minerals. (symbol: Sc)
scanner1 a person or thing that scans. [2 definitions]
scanner2 a device that scans printed material and changes it into an electronic signal that can be read by a computer.
scansion the analysis of the metrical structure and patterns of verse, or the way in which a particular verse scans.
scant barely enough in quantity or amount; very little. [6 definitions]
scantling a small piece of wood or lumber, esp. an upright piece in the frame of a house. [2 definitions]
scanty barely adequate; meager. [2 definitions]
-scape a view or scene. [2 definitions]
scape a leafless flower stem growing straight up from the crown in certain plants. [2 definitions]
scapegoat one made to bear the blame for the wrongs of others. [2 definitions]
scapegrace one who is completely wicked or unprincipled; rogue.
scapula either of the two flat, roughly triangular bones that form the back part of a human shoulder; shoulder blade.
scapular a loose, sleeveless outer garment, sometimes with a cowl, that is worn by monks. [5 definitions]
scar the mark that remains on living tissue when a wound or burn has healed, or on a stem when a leaf, flower, or fruit has dropped from a plant. [5 definitions]