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Well, if you had seen me scoot down that hall and out of the door!
WE TENLYDA FARRINGTON KRAUS
"Scoot" is the only word that would fittingly describe the Hawk's return to her home port.
MOTOR MATT'S DARING RESCUESTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
"We'd better scoot on with the programme or we'll never get through till next week," she declared.
A FORTUNATE TERMANGELA BRAZIL
We can pile the cockpit full of fur robes, and when the wind is right we can scoot up the lake to beat the band!
Ye're 'most home,” declared the driver, “an' soon's I've landed ye I'll hev ter scoot.
You ever hear about the gent who was kicked out of Paradise and told to go scoot along on his belly for butting in?
BULLDOG CARNEYW. A. FRASER
Then Harry came nearer, but the other fellows stood over near the spring house, so they could scoot inside, I suppose.
ROY BLAKELY, PATHFINDERPERCY KEESE FITZHUGH
I punched half a dozen buttons, slapped levers, tried to scoot for home.
DOGFIGHT--1973DALLAS MCCORD REYNOLDS
"Then we won't scoot," advised Dick, changing front instantly.
He stood by the edge of the stream, watching water spiders scoot across the rippled surface.
HOMO INFERIORMARI WOLF

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