After all, how could it be that Black Jess, used to every step of the way, went over the scaur?
The place is called Duf-thac's scaur, where he lost his life.
Just on its face was a scaur, and there a raven—a speck—was wheeling slowly.
The scaur itself was visible like a red streak on the face of the height.
The scaur by whose side they stood was hollow, and was known as the Cave of the Sea-Woman.
At scaur Hill there is a bridge of a single massive boulder.
The glen terminated at last in a linn and scaur, beyond which it did not appear probable that trouts would ascend.
He had the scaur described to him with much minuteness, and how it might be possible that such an accident could happen.
To return to Sir Toady, we were at the time at the little seaside village of the scaur.
Then he saw with horror the rear, the bound back, the false step; and then horse and man went thundering over the scaur.