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She heard his stealthy pads scrunch on the snow the other side of the wall, and then he found the hole.
LIVES OF THE FUR FOLKM. D. HAVILAND
Behind him there was the scrunch, the grinding roar, of the long line of steel wheels carrying the runaway spoil train.
THE HERO OF PANAMAF. S. BRERETON
Then suddenly there was a rush and a roar and a yell of voices--and the scrunch of swiftly applied brakes.
THE MOUNTEBANKWILLIAM J. LOCKE
They went on like ghostly, silent shadows, only the scrunch of the cones underfoot told of their solidity.
THE NIGHT RIDERSRIDGWELL CULLUM
Aspinall obeyed, and next moment was writhing under the “scrunch” which the president in his humour bestowed upon it.
FOLLOW MY LEADERTALBOT BAINES REED
The scrunch of the pine-cones crushing under the hoofs of the horses carried a welcome sense of companionship to the riders.
THE HOUND FROM THE NORTHRIDGWELL CULLUM
With a scrunch, the train is off again, racing down hill, a blur of steamy vapor like a cloud against the lower hills.
THROUGH OUR UNKNOWN SOUTHWESTAGNES C. LAUT
"Crash—scrunch," the boat went ashore; the Cub in the bow leapt out, and held her nose steady while everyone else scrambled out.
STORIES OF THE SAINTS BY CANDLE-LIGHTVERA C. BARCLAY
I reckon old John Bull will scrunch up his fingers in his empty pockets when he comes to hear of it.
CALIFORNIAJ. TYRWHITT BROOKS
He lowered himself, and I heard the scrunch of his sea-boots as he disappeared in the darkness.
THE RIDDLE OF THE SANDSERSKINE CHILDERS
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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