Definition of 'scudded'
Example sentences containing 'scudded'
It scudded across the moon, and with a deadly cry went away westward, outrunning the wind in its fell speed.THE LORD OF THE RINGS (2004)
Dr Barbara frowned as the craft scudded over the sand-bars, sending a froth of wavelets onto the black beaches.RUSHING TO PARADISE (2004)
It had rained in the night; a light wind scudded across the pools in the tarmac and dark streaks disfigured the windowless concrete façade.GRACE (2004)
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