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scoche

noun

  • a very small amount.
    He put a scoche of paprika in the soup.

    Last edited on Apr 20 2011. Submitted by Ian D. from Atlanta, GA, USA on Dec 17 2004.

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scoff

  • To steal.
    Did you scoff that pen?
    • See more words with the same meaning: to steal.

    Last edited on Feb 05 2000. Submitted by Trevor L. from Georgetown, Canada on Feb 05 2000.

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sconge

  • a half-erect penis.
    I've got a sconge.

    Last edited on Jun 12 2013. Submitted by Dave from Faribault, MN, USA on Jul 04 2002.

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scoobies

  • snacks. Origin: from "Scooby snacks: in the cartoon series Scooby Doo.
    I'm hungry - do you have any scoobies?
    Oh my god, I just found scoobies.

    Last edited on Apr 24 2013. Submitted by JMP from Boulder, Anza, CA 92539, USA on Oct 28 1999.

  • also refers to snacks while let's say... at the cinema
    I am going for some Scoobies, want anything?

    Last edited on Jan 01 2004. Submitted by Dawn L. from Louisville, KY, USA on Jan 01 2004.

  • To retain possession of a particular chair/seat even while out of the room
    I call Scoobies on this chair while I get a pop!

    Last edited on Jan 01 2004. Submitted by Dawn L. from Louisville, KY, USA on Jan 01 2004.

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scoobs

  • something that is "called" when one is desiring to do a certain activity.
    Who wants the last cookie? "Scoobs!
    Who wants to go with me to the bar and drink beer? "Scoobs.
    Order a pizza? "Scoobs.

    Last edited on Jul 28 2005. Submitted by Tommy B. from Tampa, FL, USA on Jul 28 2005.

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scooby

verb - transitive

  • to steal something that is either free or of minimal value.
    I'm going to scooby some straws from McDonald's.
    • See more words with the same meaning: to steal.

    Last edited on Jun 08 2014. Submitted by Joel from IL, USA on Nov 03 1999.

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scooby snack

  • an especially attractive individual.
    That boy is such a scooby snack!

    Last edited on May 11 1998. Submitted by kitten from Georgia, USA on May 11 1998.

  • Scooby Snack: (n) quick food; a snack. Originated from the Scooby Doo cartoons.
    Let's stop and get a scooby snack... I'm starving!

    Last edited on Mar 03 2003. Submitted by Theresa G. from Colorado Springs, CO, USA on Mar 03 2003.

  • munchies. After you smoke dope you get hungry.
    Hey let's go get some scooby snacks.

    Last edited on Aug 01 2005. Submitted by Dan P. from La Porte, IN, USA on Aug 01 2005.

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scooch

  • move over.
    Hey, scooch over.
    Scooch in beside me.

    Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Sue M. from montreal, QC, Canada on Apr 06 1999.

  • verb. 1. To move over 2. to scoot.
    Can you please scooch over?

    Last edited on Jan 08 2003. Submitted by Mallory from USA on Jan 08 2003.

adjective

  • an annoying person, thing or action "stop being such a little scooch"

    Last edited on Jun 14 2010. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 14 2010.

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scoop

noun

  • a ride in a motor vehicle.
    Can you come to my place and give me a scoop?

    Last edited on Jul 13 2010. Submitted by Matt H. from Federal Way, WA, USA on Feb 20 2003.

  • an exclusive story in news media.

    Last edited on Jul 13 2010. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Aug 11 2009.

  • the back-story or facts. See also straight scoop.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

    Citation from "Begin the Begin", Covert Affairs (TV), Season 2 Episode 1 (2011) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Jul 07 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Jul 07 2011.

verb - transitive

  • to obtain an story in news media prior to a competitor.

    Last edited on Jul 13 2010. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Aug 11 2009.

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