Scutter



verb (used without object), noun, British Dialect.
1.
scurry.
verb, noun
1.
(Brit) an informal word for scurry

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  • Scuttled

    verb (used without object), scuttled, scuttling. 1. to run with quick, hasty steps; scurry. noun 2. a quick pace. 3. a short, hurried run. noun 1. Nautical. a small hatch or port in the deck, side, or bottom of a vessel. a cover for this. 2. a small hatchlike opening in a roof or ceiling. […]

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