Definition of amscray in English:

amscray

Syllabification: am·scray
Pronunciation: /ˈamˌskrā
 
/

verb

[no object] informal dated
  • Leave quickly: just amscray and be done with it
    More example sentences
    • We have to amscray, my mom is probably waiting for us at the pizzeria.
    • And so: police officers apprehended a criminal (red flag: guilt-free comedy ahead!) after he broke into a couple's house, stripped naked, was spotted by the owners, then amscrayed.
    • An argument ensued over something or other and when it escalated, Wendy locked herself in the bathroom, telling him through the door to amscray.

Origin

1930s: pig Latin from scram.

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