Verb (used with object) : to scour pots and pans. ,to scour grease from pots and pans. ,to scour the nation of spies. From Dictionary.com.
Verb (used without object) : The roasting pan scours easily. From Dictionary.com.
Noun : Sand is a good scour. From Dictionary.com.
Verb (used with object) : They scoured the countryside for the lost child. From Dictionary.com.
It’s called scours or shipping fever and it comes from stress, like your hamster. From Wordnik.com. [Hamster; Dance – The Bleat.] Reference
And teeth a native lotion hardly scours quite pure. From Wordnik.com. [The Poems and Fragments of Catullus] Reference
It does not cause scours and other digestive troubles. From Wordnik.com. [Pratt's Practical Pointers on the Care of Livestock and Poultry] Reference
He scours the industry for the latest sales intelligence. From Wordnik.com. [The Pc Boom--And Now Bust?] Reference
Hundreds of soldiers scours the 15,000 acre training range. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Jun 13, 2007] Reference
SNOW: Michael scours job postings, hoping to find work soon. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Feb 20, 2009] Reference
The Fall's intelligence addresses, scours and liberates us all. From Wordnik.com. [FallNews - all mud and witches] Reference
And as a huntsman scours the brakes with sixteen brace of dogs. From Wordnik.com. [Ionica] Reference
White scours caused by irritating germs is a highly infectious disease. From Wordnik.com. [Common Diseases of Farm Animals] Reference
On that horse you can keep out of the way of any red who scours the plains. From Wordnik.com. [Wild Bill's Last Trail] Reference
This throng scours the edges of the aisle clear of any innocent bystanders. From Wordnik.com. [2010 Detroit Auto Show: Politicians see "progress" in Motor City] Reference
In his book "Collapse," Jared Diamond scours history to ask why civilizations fail. From Wordnik.com. [Unfreezing Arctic Assets] Reference
This is something that is a long-awaited report that everyone scours very carefully. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript May 25, 2007] Reference
One nice feature: As you type a number, the phone scours your contacts to make a match. From Wordnik.com. [First Look: Samsung's Fascinate smart phone is fine, though flawed] Reference
And two, you're the one who scours through, what, CNN. com, to find a lot of these stories?. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Dec 15, 2007] Reference
"We're very sensitive," says David Sherman, of the University of Michigan, who scours the oceans. From Wordnik.com. [PHARMACY ISLAND] Reference
Zoominfo. com scours the web, press releases, business Web sites for your professional information. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Sep 12, 2007] Reference
Dahlsen scours Australian beaches for found materials to recycle and transform into environmental art. From Wordnik.com. [Kimberly Brooks: Artist John Dahlsen: Making Lemonade Out Of Trash] Reference
“If I'd known I'd have the scours this bad I'd not have eat one mouthful of that venison,” he said. From Wordnik.com. [Cold Mountain]
Also tonight, an independent search team scours a heavily wooded area, finding clothing and other items. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Aug 18, 2008] Reference
Your winds are actually from the land and the land scours out some of the speed because of the friction. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Oct 21, 2005] Reference
She is an excellent cook, washes and scours, and is in every respect, an active and intelligent servant. From Wordnik.com. [The Journal of Negro History, Volume 3, 1918] Reference
So warden scours the owner's manual to identify all the fuses, while I search for a loose or grounded wire. From Wordnik.com. [grouse Diary Entry] Reference
If he talks, it could be a windfall for the United States as it scours Iraq for weapons of mass destruction. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Apr 12, 2003] Reference
Much of today's most dramatic erosion is caused when runoff concentrates and scours out the land in "gully washers.". From Wordnik.com. [4 Questions and Answers] Reference
Linda Wood, a 57-year-old Pittsburgh accountant, scours eBay, coin shops and flea markets in search of silver eagles. From Wordnik.com. [Losing a Mint:] Reference
Music player updates include Genius Mixes, which scours your collection according to genre and makes up play lists that. From Wordnik.com. [New iPod Nano: Video, radio, and features galore] Reference
He scours foreign cities for the latest design ideas, then writes up everything he sees in his trendsetting online newsletter. From Wordnik.com. [Meet The Titans Of Taste] Reference
Sherry Mullins Scurlock says she's skeptical of what Massey says, but scours the news and the Internet and the meetings for. From Wordnik.com. [Mine Disaster Answers Still Months Away] Reference
Feeding calves from filthy pails, allowing them to drink too rapidly and giving them fermented milk are common causes of scours. From Wordnik.com. [Common Diseases of Farm Animals] Reference
VocabSushi's system scours news articles from about 600 news sources, Mr. Novich said, and indexes about 15,000 sentences every day. From Wordnik.com. [VocabSushi: Read the Times Without a Dictionary!] Reference
NEWTON (voice-over): The spam launches a spy program that scours any files and e-mails, and it can use a server anywhere in the world. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Dec 9, 2009] Reference
A woman who blogs, posts her geolocation and scours the Web for interesting articles to post on FB is just being smart about her data. From Wordnik.com. [Are You Revealing Too Much On Facebook?] Reference
The large underwater base of an iceberg can cut deep grooves in the sea floor, called ice scours, similar to a plow moving through a field. From Wordnik.com. [Arctic Ocean] Reference
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