scot–free

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adjective \ˈskät-ˈfrē\

Definition of scot–free

  1. :  completely free from obligation, harm, or penalty

Origin and Etymology of scot–free

scot


First Known Use: 1528



SCOT–FREE Defined for English Language Learners

scot–free

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adjective \ˈskät-ˈfrē\

Definition of scot–free for English Language Learners

  • : without the punishment that is deserved


SCOT–FREE Defined for Kids

scot–free

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adjective \ˈskät-ˈfrē\

Definition of scot–free for Students

  1. :  completely free from duty, harm, or punishment


Learn More about scot–free

  1. Spanish Central: Translation of scot–free


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