adjective, scummier, scummiest.
consisting of or having scum.
Informal. despicable; contemptible:
That was a scummy trick.
adjective -mier, -miest
of, resembling, consisting of, or covered with scum
dirty, unpleasant, or nasty
abuse, operating system /skuhm’os/ or /skuhm’O-S/ An Unflattering hackerism for SunOS, the Unix variant once supported on Sun Microsystems’s Unix workstations. Despite what this term might suggest, Sun was founded by hackers and still enjoys excellent relations with hackerdom; usage is more often in exasperation than outright loathing. See also sun-stools. Compare AIDX, Macintrash, Nominal […]
noun, verb (used without object), scrummaged, scrummaging. 1. scrum (defs 1, 3). noun, verb 1. (rugby) another word for scrum 2. a variant of scrimmage
- Scrum half
noun (rugby) 1. a player who puts in the ball at scrums and tries to get it away to his three-quarter backs 2. this position in a team
noun, Architecture. 1. sconcheon. noun 1. the inner part of a door jamb or window frame