verb (used without object)
- scrooge, ebenezer,
- scrotal hernia,
- scrotal septum,
- scrotal tongue
Origin of scroop
Examples from the Web for scroop
Again he cocked, again he presented; but by this time numbers had filled the room, Scroop dashed forward and threw up his arm.
Meantime Frank and Scroop and the Captain also began walking on, and hoped soon to overtake him.
Scroop, a hard-featured, shifty-eyed man of middle stature, had not been rendered more prepossessing by his recent encounter.Jack Harvey's Adventures|Ruel Perley Smith
Archbishop Scroop beheaded at York, England, for insurrection.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
Old Mr Paul pushed back his chair and made it scroop loudly on the summer-house floor, as he bared his yellow teeth in a grin.The Vicar's People|George Manville Fenn