noun, plural (especially collectively) scad, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) scads.
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Definition for scad (2 of 2)
noun Usually scads.
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Example sentences from the Web for scad
For good measure, some cops in the unit stole scads of overtime from the city, at times even collecting it while they were on vacation.
Because of course, Google was making scads of money, but they were running two marketplaces in parallel.
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I see a man who looks as though the world had used him bad; it sets my jaded heart aglow to give him half a scad.Uncle Walt [Walt Mason]|Walt Mason
This accordingly doing, we came to the eastern side of Loudon-hill, the trysted place, shortly after the first scad of the dawn.Ringan Gilhaize|John Galt