intransitive verb -dd-
- the boat scudded (along) before the fresh breezethe clouds scudded across the skyel barco se deslizaba empujado por la brisalas nubes cruzaban raudas el firmamento [literary]Example sentences
- Her opponent would send the ball scudding across the net.
- Sunlight broke through the clouds, islands of light scudding across the countryside.
- She looked upward, and witnessed several small clouds scudding across the sky, as if bent on a happy errand as she was herself.
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