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Definition of scuttle

scuttle

verb - transitive

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Definitions include: groove, mojo (most often used in the phrase "get one's schwerve on").
Definitions include: a person who drinks frequently.
Definitions include: To back out or avoid or simply miss (usually a fight or an event).
Definitions include: a person oblivious to socially-acceptable community standards of appearance, communication and behavior.
Definitions include: a question that a person asks himself or herself as a form of self-help through positive thinking.
Definitions include: "the".
Definitions include: narrowly.
Definitions include: to chill, relax. used in England.
Definitions include: "that's".
Definitions include: excellent, outstanding, with an implication of glamour, verve, of doing things with a flourish.

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