Then we buried it deep under the big pile of scree on my hill.
It may, however, be recognised by its liberal output of scree.
They set off and Festing noticed Helen's confidence on the scree.
What followed in that hurly-burly—that mad scramble through brake and thicket, down crag and scree—cannot be written.
They walked down slowly, him leaning on her arm like an old man, steps faltering in the scree on the slope.
It is too steep for turf; it is grey with marl, and patchy where scree of flint and chalk has run and found a lodgment.
What followed in that hurly-burly—that mad scramble through brake and thicket, down crag and scree—is impossible to tell.
On examining the other side there was no trace of moraine; there was scree in places, but a great deal of the tuff was uncovered.
Outside the lower end of each large transverse glen there is a scree of sedimentary matter.
Scree: the dbris of decaying rocks, forming a talus on the lower parts of a mountain.