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Scottish Gaelic the Celtic language of the Scottish Highlands and Hebrides.
Scottish terrier one of a breed of small terrier that originated in Scotland, with short legs, a blunt square muzzle, erect ears, and a dark wiry coat.
scoundrel a person who disregards morals or laws; villain.
scour1 to scrub energetically. [7 definitions]
scour2 to travel over, esp. while looking for something. [3 definitions]
scourge a whip used to punish people. [4 definitions]
scouring the act or process of cleansing or polishing by, or as by, forceful rubbing. [2 definitions]
Scout (chiefly British) a member of the Scouts, an international organization for youth; Boy Scout; Girl Scout.
scout a person, ship, plane, or the like sent ahead to acquire information, esp. in a war zone. [8 definitions]
scoutcraft skills learned in organizations such as the Boy Scouts.
scouting the action of a person who scouts; reconnaissance or reconnoitering. [2 definitions]
scoutmaster the adult in charge of a Boy Scout troop.
Scouts an international youth organization that promotes outdoor activities and the learning of skills, responsibility, and independence; the international counterpart of the Boys Scouts and Girl Scouts of America (prec. by "the").
scow a large vessel with a rectangular flat-bottomed hull; barge.
scowl to make one's eyebrows contract in an expression of anger, threat, displeasure, or the like; glower. [3 definitions]
scrabble to grab for something in a disorganized or frantic fashion, with or as if with the hands or claws. [4 definitions]
scrabbly having or producing a scratchy sound. [2 definitions]
scrag a person or thing that is scrawny, stunted, or meager. [2 definitions]
scraggly uneven or unkempt; ragged.
scraggy thin or scrawny. [2 definitions]
scram1 (informal) to get out; go away immediately.