or scatter-site housing
[skat-er-sahyt] /ˈskæt ərˌsaɪt/
public housing, especially for low-income families, built throughout an urban area rather than being concentrated in a single neighborhood.
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. verb scats, scatting, scatted 1. (intransitive; usually imperative) (informal) to go away in […]
adjective, scattier, scattiest. British Informal. 1. scatterbrained. adjective (Brit, informal) -tier, -tiest 1. empty-headed, frivolous, or thoughtless 2. distracted (esp in drive someone scatty) scatty
adjective 1. gushing; overflowing. 2. overly demonstrative; effusive.
verb, noun 1. a Scot word for scald1