I was never any good at this so Bruce used to scrounge for us.
I could scrounge me a company job and have a thinking closet all to myself and two secretaries with stainless steel breasts.
While my company was in support one day my corporal and I managed to scrounge into a pill-box away from the awful mud.
One day we missed one of our fellows, a Cockney, for about two hours, and guessed he was on the "scrounge" somewhere or other.
Back from a spell behind Ypres in 1915, a few of us decided to scrounge round for a hair-cut.
"Let's scrounge anything we can find that runs on gasoline or coal oil," said Al Miner.