adjective, scarier, scariest.
causing fright or alarm.
easily frightened; timid.
adjective (informal) scarier, scariest
causing fear or alarm; frightening
easily roused to fear; timid
verb (used without object), scatted, scatting. Informal. 1. to go off hastily (often used in the imperative). verb (used without object), scatted, scatting. 1. to sing by making full or partial use of the technique of scat singing. noun 2. scat singing. noun 1. the excrement of an animal. noun, Slang. 1. heroin. noun 1. […]
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noun, Football. 1. a fast and agile running back, often small in stature, skilled at eluding tacklers. scatback
scatemia sca·te·mi·a (skā-tē’mē-ə) n. Toxemia resulting from the absorption of toxins in the intestines.