from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who or that which scuds.


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  • Children and scudder-fish popped up behind him, everyone gasping for air.

    Crystal Rain 2006

  • The scudder-fish surrounded the boat, jostling against its side.

    Crystal Rain 2006

  • There was a friendliness in the scudder-fish that made his soul fly a little lighter.

    Crystal Rain 2006

  • The scudder-fish banked; Jerome could feel the change in the water over his skin.

    Crystal Rain 2006

  • Troy and other men came and went, diving out with scudder-fish to scout.

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  • Jerome watched several women run to the edge of the water as men broke the surface with scudder-fish.

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  • A pair of funny tails wiggled from behind the scudder-fish: a smooth, fast-looking creature with a yellowish beak.

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  • He wanted to try riding the scudder-fish, but everyone insisted on showing him how to hold his breath and drop to the sand in the deep part of the bay.

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  • A scudder is a tool for scraping hides to remove hair. I would like to see a picture of one.

    March 13, 2015