Recent Examples of scarecrow from the Web
Visitors browse more than 1,300 booths and see all sorts of contests: pie-eating, scarecrow, quilt and needlework.
Still others invite you down on the farm, where the food comes from the back 40, and there's never any rain on the scarecrow or blood on the plow.
Bailee Madison The Bridge to Terabithia and Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh star once thought accepting a freaky scarecrow from a shady dude was a good idea to save her family's land. 4.
Francine Murphy-Terry To tell the story of this artist's family migration from Alabama to Akron by creating storytelling workshops based on the Frappe Sipps, a family of funny scarecrows made in soft sculpture that sip tea and frappe punch.
One of my more creative friends built a scaredeer — a scary version of a scarecrow with a real deer skull.
There’s a gangly horned demon, a creeping black mist, a living scarecrow and a ghostly little girl.
Will the true Scarecrow finally debut, or is this another red herring?
Draw a cat-eye and then draw additional flicks that resemble the stitches of a scarecrow.
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First Known Use of scarecrow
SCARECROW Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of scarecrow for English Language Learners
: an object that looks like a person and that is placed in a field to scare birds away from crops
SCARECROW Defined for Kids
Definition of scarecrow for Students
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