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Bescatter
Bescatter Be*scat"ter, v. t. 1. To scatter over. 2. To cover sparsely by scattering (something); to strew. ``With flowers bescattered.' --Spenser.
Scatter
Scatter Scat"ter, v. i. To be dispersed or dissipated; to disperse or separate; as, clouds scatter after a storm.
Scatter
Scatter Scat"ter, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Scattered; p. pr. & vb. n. Scattering.] [OE. scateren. See Shatter.] 1. To strew about; to sprinkle around; to throw down loosely; to deposit or place here and there, esp. in an open or sparse order. And some are scattered all the floor about. --Chaucer. Why should my muse enlarge on Libyan swains, Their scattered cottages, and ample plains? --Dryden. Teach the glad hours to scatter, as they fly, Soft quiet, gentle love, and endless joy. --Prior. 2. To cause to separate in different directions; to reduce from a close or compact to a loose or broken order; to dissipate; to disperse. Scatter and disperse the giddy Goths. --Shak. 3. Hence, to frustrate, disappoint, and overthrow; as, to scatter hopes, plans, or the like. Syn: To disperse; dissipate; spread; strew.
Scatter-brain
Scatter-brain Scat"ter-brain`, n. A giddy or thoughtless person; one incapable of concentration or attention. [Written also scatter-brains.]
Scatter-brained
Scatter-brained Scat"ter-brained`, a. Giddy; thoughtless.
scatter-brains
Scatter-brain Scat"ter-brain`, n. A giddy or thoughtless person; one incapable of concentration or attention. [Written also scatter-brains.]
Scattered
Scattered Scat"tered, a. 1. Dispersed; dissipated; sprinkled, or loosely spread. 2. (Bot.) Irregular in position; having no regular order; as, scattered leaves. -- Scat"tered*ly, adv. -- Scat"tered*ness, n.
Scattered
Scatter Scat"ter, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Scattered; p. pr. & vb. n. Scattering.] [OE. scateren. See Shatter.] 1. To strew about; to sprinkle around; to throw down loosely; to deposit or place here and there, esp. in an open or sparse order. And some are scattered all the floor about. --Chaucer. Why should my muse enlarge on Libyan swains, Their scattered cottages, and ample plains? --Dryden. Teach the glad hours to scatter, as they fly, Soft quiet, gentle love, and endless joy. --Prior. 2. To cause to separate in different directions; to reduce from a close or compact to a loose or broken order; to dissipate; to disperse. Scatter and disperse the giddy Goths. --Shak. 3. Hence, to frustrate, disappoint, and overthrow; as, to scatter hopes, plans, or the like. Syn: To disperse; dissipate; spread; strew.
Scatteredly
Scattered Scat"tered, a. 1. Dispersed; dissipated; sprinkled, or loosely spread. 2. (Bot.) Irregular in position; having no regular order; as, scattered leaves. -- Scat"tered*ly, adv. -- Scat"tered*ness, n.
Scatteredness
Scattered Scat"tered, a. 1. Dispersed; dissipated; sprinkled, or loosely spread. 2. (Bot.) Irregular in position; having no regular order; as, scattered leaves. -- Scat"tered*ly, adv. -- Scat"tered*ness, n.
Scattergood
Scattergood Scat"ter*good`, n. One who wastes; a spendthrift.
Scattering
Scattering Scat"ter*ing, a. Going or falling in various directions; not united or aggregated; divided among many; as, scattering votes.
Scattering
Scatter Scat"ter, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Scattered; p. pr. & vb. n. Scattering.] [OE. scateren. See Shatter.] 1. To strew about; to sprinkle around; to throw down loosely; to deposit or place here and there, esp. in an open or sparse order. And some are scattered all the floor about. --Chaucer. Why should my muse enlarge on Libyan swains, Their scattered cottages, and ample plains? --Dryden. Teach the glad hours to scatter, as they fly, Soft quiet, gentle love, and endless joy. --Prior. 2. To cause to separate in different directions; to reduce from a close or compact to a loose or broken order; to dissipate; to disperse. Scatter and disperse the giddy Goths. --Shak. 3. Hence, to frustrate, disappoint, and overthrow; as, to scatter hopes, plans, or the like. Syn: To disperse; dissipate; spread; strew.
Scattering
Scattering Scat"ter*ing, n. Act of strewing about; something scattered. --South.
Scatteringly
Scatteringly Scat"ter*ing*ly, adv. In a scattering manner; dispersedly.
Scatterling
Scatterling Scat"ter*ling, n. [Scatter + -ling.] One who has no fixed habitation or residence; a vagabond. [Obs.] ``Foreign scatterlings.' --Spenser.
Toscatter
Toscatter To*scat"ter, v. t. [Pref. to- + scatter.] To scatter in pieces; to divide. [Obs.] --Chaucer.

Meaning of Catte from wikipedia

- 51.7543°N 1.2540°W / 51.7543; -1.2540 Catte Street is a historic street in central Oxford, England. Catte Street runs north-south, continuing as Parks...
- Catte Adams is an American singer-songwriter who has toured or recorded with artists such as Bill Medley, Neil Young, Natalie Cole, Chaka Khan, and appears...
- constituent college of the University of Oxford in England. It is located on Catte Street in the centre of Oxford, directly opposite the main gate to the Bodleian...
- Cắt tê, (Vietnamese for 'six cards'), sometimes anglicized as catte, is a trick taking card game po****r in Vietnam and expatriate Vietnamese communities...
- p. 481 Weir 2008, p. 481 Fraser 1994, p. 391 Mary, Queen of Scots. "A catte". Royal Collection Trust. Inventory no. 28224. Embroideries by Mary are...
- tough, no-nonsense woman telling truth, and telling it hard." Elizabeth Catte of The Washington Post calls Heartland a "thoughtful, big-hearted tale"...
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- acquiring the site for the library. A number of tenement houses fronting Catte Street, built right up to the Schools, some gardens, Brasenose College outbuildings...
- and Catte Street to the south. The Indian Institute (now The James Martin 21st Century School), designed by Basil Champneys, is on the corner of Catte Street...
- consist of metal railings. The eastern side of the square forms part of Catte Street. At the southern side of the square is the University Church of St...
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