Scud

A name given by sailors to the lowest clouds, which are mostly observed in squally weather.
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Scud

Scud is a series of tactical ballistic missiles developed by the Soviet Union during the Cold War. It was exported widely to other countries, in particular third world countries. The term comes from the NATO reporting name Scud which was attached to the missile by Western intelligence agencies. The Russian names for the missile are the R-11 (the f...
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Scud

• (v. t.) To pass over quickly. • (n.) A small flight of larks, or other birds, less than a flock. • (n.) Loose, vapory clouds driven swiftly by the wind. • (n.) The act of scudding; a driving along; a rushing with precipitation. • (n.) A slight, sudden shower. • (v. i.) To be driven swiftly, or to run, before a gale, ...
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scud

1. The act of scudding; a driving along; a rushing with precipitation. ... 2. Loose, vapory clouds driven swiftly by the wind. 'Borne on the scud of the sea.' (Longfellow) 'The scud was flying fast above us, throwing a veil over the moon.' (Sir S. Baker) ... 3. A slight, sudden shower. ... 4. <ornithology> A small flight of larks, or other bi...
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scud

scudding noun the act of moving along swiftly (as before a gale)
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Scud

[cloud] Scud (Scattered Cumulus Under Deck) Scud clouds, a type of fractus cloud, are low, detached, irregular clouds found beneath nimbostratus or cumulonimbus clouds. These clouds are often ragged or wispy in appearance. When caught in the outflow (downdraft) beneath a thunderstorm, scud clouds will often move faster than the storm clouds...
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Scud

Scud intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Scudded ; present participle & verbal noun Scudding .] [ Danish skyde to shoot, shove, push, akin to skud shot, gunshot, a shoot, young bough, and to English shoot...
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Scud

Scud noun 1. The act of scudding; a driving along; a rushing with precipitation. 2. Loose, vapory clouds driven swiftly by the wind. « Borne on the scud of the sea.» Longfellow. « The scud was flying fast above us, throwing a veil over the moo...
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Scud

Scud transitive verb To pass over quickly. [ R.] Shenstone.
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Scud

A film or deposit of waste matter appearing on the surface of leather in process after certain operations, esp. bating. (11)
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scud

A low, foglike cloud layer.
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Scud

A low, foglike cloud layer.
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Scud

A name given by sailors to the lowest clouds, which are mostly observed in squally weather.
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Scud

A name given by sailors to the lowest clouds, which are mostly observed in squally weather.
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Scud

a small freshwater crustacean similar in appearance to shrimp; found in large numbers in fertile tailwater streams.
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Scud

A small freshwater scrimp-like crustacean that is present in most trout waters and serves as a food source for trout.
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Scud

a small freshwater scrimp-like crustacean that is present in most trout waters and serves as a food source for trout.
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Scud

A small freshwater scrimp-like crustacean that is present in most trout waters and serves as a food source for trout.
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Scud

Aiming for something and hitting something else that either marks or points.
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scud

Low fragments of clouds, usually stratus fractus, that are unattached and below a layer of higher clouds, either nimbostratus or cumulonimbus. They are often along and behind cold fronts and gust fronts, being associated with cool moist air, such as an outflow from a thunderstorm. When observed from a distance, they are sometimes mistaken for torna...
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Scud

Low fragments of clouds, usually stratus fractus, that are unattached and below a layer of higher cl
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Scud

NATO reporting name for soviet Elbrus short-range tactical ballistic missile [SU;RU]
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Scud

nickname for class 158 DMUs, local to Scotland.
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Scud

Ragged pieces of cloud drifting rapidly in a strong wind. Scud is seen during stormy weather.
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scud

Scottish, meaning: In a state of undress. Also, to strike something with dull force. See also blooter, lamp, skelp and stoat.
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