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adjective as in spread

adjective as in spotty

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Arena Calibrate is one tool that ticks both boxes by being able to pull scattered data silos into one place and provide summaries of your performance across all channels.

A slight chance of a shower exists late in the day, with more scattered shower chances overnight under cloudy skies and lows in the low to mid-60s.

By early afternoon, another round of scattered showers and storms seems likely to develop to the west.

That Lopez ranks as one of the industry’s most electric live entertainers has made her especially suited to dazzle and distract us during a tough year, performing at scattered telethons, award shows, and events.

There are more than 1 million new infections every week in the United States, and scientists at scattered universities and research institutions are looking at only a few thousand genomic sequences weekly.

Scattered here and there were the corpses of horses and donkeys.

Scattered around the country are members of a small fraternity of guys who own tanks.

Scattered on the sidewalk, just beneath the flickering bulbs, were a handful of honeybees.

Scattered on the floor were pages of what would become Naked Lunch.

Scattered around the room are the paintings that his wife did, in a burst of creativity, during the last months of her life.

Scattered about are several great English elms, which were no doubt large trees during the poet's boyhood, a hundred years ago.

Scattered along the road for the whole distance was Jerry's band riding at leisure.

Scattered among these tall ones were white and yellow oaks; and they would be considered giants if standing alone.

Scattered throughout these pages are numerous verses, some original, some well-known students' songs.

Scattered all through the land were sumptuous dwellings of the rich, upon which fortunes were lavished.


On this page you'll find 64 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to scattered, such as: dispersed, distributed, sprinkled, diffuse, diffused, and disorganized.

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