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scar the mark left when a wound has healed. [3 definitions]
scarce in short supply. [2 definitions]
scarcely almost not; just barely. [2 definitions]
scare to frighten. [4 definitions]
scarecrow a figure of a person made from stuffed clothes and placed in a field to scare birds away from crops.
scared feeling fear; afraid.
scarf1 a long piece of cloth or knitted material worn around the neck, head, or shoulders.
scarlet a bright red or reddish orange color. [2 definitions]
scarves a plural form of "scarf."
scary causing fear; frightening.
scatter to cause to separate in all directions. [3 definitions]
scavenger an animal that finds and eats dead animals or rotting plants; a person who finds things that others no longer want.
scene the place where any event takes place. [4 definitions]
scenery the way the land looks in a particular place. [2 definitions]
scenic of, pertaining to, or showing natural, beautiful scenery.
scent a smell. [5 definitions]
scepter a rod carried by a king or queen as a symbol of royal power.
schedule a plan of when certain actions or events will be carried out. [4 definitions]
scheme a plan or plot. [5 definitions]
scholar a person who has much knowledge, usually acquired from research and study. [2 definitions]
scholarship money given to students to help pay for their education. [2 definitions]