verb (used without object), scud·ded, scud·ding.
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Origin of scud1
Words nearby scud
Definition for scud (2 of 3)
verb (used with object), scud·ded, scud·ding.
Origin of scud2
Definition for scud (3 of 3)
or Scud missile
Origin of Scud
Example sentences from the Web for scud
If they were, then we could all run out and purchase a tank, a grenade launcher, a bazooka, a SCUD missile and a nuclear warhead.Zimmerman Verdict: Actor Jason Alexander Says We Should Blame the Gun|Laura Colarusso|July 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
There are still airstrikes and now Scud-missile attacks, and bodies of executed people are being pulled out of the river.
And who was now running the Scud missiles and bombers that would be deployed to use these chemical weapons?
One day apart, North Korea launched a long-range missile to much fanfare, and the Assad regime fired Scud missiles on the rebels.
“You aim a Scud at a city and hope it lands somewhere important,” said one retired U.S. intelligence officer.
I never seed a scud on the 'Banks' but 'ut it was allus follered by a fog.Left on Labrador|Charles Asbury Stephens
The small ragged clouds which are sometimes seen sailing rapidly through the air, are called scud.The Rain Cloud|Anonymous
He has discarded a heavy folio for a light romance, while the hours scud by, broken only by the observations.The Home of the Blizzard|Douglas Mawson
Captain Downs instinctively squinted aloft at the scud which was dimming the stars; he sniffed at the volleying wind.Blow The Man Down|Holman Day
The moon had gone in, and a misty scud-wrack spreading itself overhead was creeping around the dim crags on high.Aletta|Bertram Mitford
British Dictionary definitions for scud (1 of 2)
verb scuds, scudding or scudded
- a formation of low fractostratus clouds driven by a strong wind beneath rain-bearing clouds
- a sudden shower or gust of wind