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scad

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noun \ˈskad\

Definition of scad

plural

scad

also

scads

  1. :  any of several carangid fishes (especially of the genus Decapterus)



Origin and Etymology of scad

origin unknown


First Known Use: 1602

Other Fishes Terms


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scad

noun

Definition of scad

  1. :  a large number or quantity —usually used in plural <scads of money>



Origin and Etymology of scad

probably alteration of English dialect scald a multitude


First Known Use: 1869

Rhymes with scad


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