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scoutmaster the adult in charge of a Boy Scout troop.
scowl to make an angry frown. [2 definitions]
scramble to move quickly using both the hands and feet. [8 definitions]
scrap1 a small bit, such as a piece left over or thrown away. [4 definitions]
scrap2 (informal) a fight. [2 definitions]
scrapbook a book with blank pages for saving pictures, newspaper clippings, and other mementos.
scrape to rub with something sharp or rough. [8 definitions]
scratch to scrape or damage with something sharp. [7 definitions]
scratchy causing or likely to cause scratching; itchy.
scrawl to write or draw in a quick or careless way. [2 definitions]
scrawny very thin; skinny.
scream to make a shrill, loud cry or sound. [4 definitions]
screech to make a harsh, shrill cry or sound. [2 definitions]
screen a closely woven wire mesh. Screens can be used to filter liquid or grains, or to keep insects from entering through windows or doors. [7 definitions]
screen saver a small program that takes over a computer's screen if it has not been used for a set length of time. Screen savers were first used to prevent computer screens from being damaged, but now they are mainly used for decoration.
screw a metal fastener that is like a nail with grooves that wind around it. A screw can be driven into a surface by turning it while pressing down on the head. [5 definitions]
screwdriver a tool for turning a screw. A screwdriver has a handle for turning and a long metal piece that fits the head of the screw.
scribble to write quickly or carelessly; scrawl. [2 definitions]
scribe1 a person whose job is to copy letters, books, or other written materials by hand.
scrimp to save in every way possible; to spend very little.
script the written text of a play, movie, or television show. [2 definitions]