Thesaurus / scattering

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Scattering cases of second reconciliations can also be found elsewhere.
Scattering a meager ration of corn, Mrs. Peabody went into the hen house and reappeared presently with a basket filled with eggs.
Scattering quickly, and under the cover of the different houses, he advanced within a very short distance of the fort.
Scattering shots were fired in return, but all fell short, the water spurting up in little jets where they struck.
THE SCOUTS OF THE VALLEYJOSEPH A. ALTSHELER
Scattering clams occur on Wind flat, the Oyster grant, and in patches along the shore.
A REPORT UPON THE MOLLUSK FISHERIES OF MASSACHUSETTSCOMMISSIONERS ON FISHERIES AND GAME
Scattering clams are now found there, but the grounds are very much exposed, and cannot properly rank as clam-producing area.
A REPORT UPON THE MOLLUSK FISHERIES OF MASSACHUSETTSCOMMISSIONERS ON FISHERIES AND GAME
Scattering iron filings over the paper, polar force comes into play, and every particle of the iron responds to that force.
Scattering the sheep that flecked the velvet turf of the uplands, they stood at length on the granite crown of the crest itself.
Scattering replies place it under psychology, moral and political science, political economy, and anthropology.
Scattering it in tenements and residential districts has been very unfortunate.
SOCIETYHENRY KALLOCH ROWE

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