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I never seed a scud on the 'Banks' but 'ut it was allus follered by a fog.
LEFT ON LABRADORCHARLES ASBURY STEPHENS
The small ragged clouds which are sometimes seen sailing rapidly through the air, are called scud.
He has discarded a heavy folio for a light romance, while the hours scud by, broken only by the observations.
Captain Downs instinctively squinted aloft at the scud which was dimming the stars; he sniffed at the volleying wind.
The moon had gone in, and a misty scud-wrack spreading itself overhead was creeping around the dim crags on high.
ALETTABERTRAM MITFORD
The storm cloud began to throw out loose masses of flying scud, through which the moon now and again shone out in fitful gleam.
ALETTABERTRAM MITFORD
So long as the sky is clear there's no need to worry; and if we see a squall coming up, we'll put about and scud for the mainland.
Then through the whirling scud beneath they made out an ascending figure clinging to it.
But the ship continued to scud along before the storm, and the swelling canvas carried her safe without the pilot's help.
Down on the shore; in a sheltered cove among the trees, the Scud, a small boat, was idly flapping her dirty patched sail.

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