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    1. Effectively attract and kills flies without poison scatter baits or electrocution


    2. And He said, “The kingdom of God is as if a man should scatter


    3. Just as I started to get the image into some sort of focus, at the critical moment when I started to remember details about the garden, their clothes and the house, right then the truck would bounce or shake over rough English roads, and these carefully assembled pieces of the picture puzzle would break and scatter


    4. His impatience, left her feeling scatter brained


    5. been tamed, and scatter in terror as the fearless (or


    6. Normally this sort of reaction would cause a crowd to scatter as they ran for cover


    7. Crawling on his belly from one building to the next, he tried not to look down but often he found himself glimpsing at the streets below, watching the shadows scatter as yet another ball of flame ignited the sky


    8. Late afternoon had seen most people in town scatter to their respective corners for the day


    9. shadows,and blushes scatter over a book case packed with


    10. But he’d made no effort to move the stones that ringed his fire pit, or scatter the ashes, or hide the coals















































































    1. Before they were done with their lunch, they were traversing open range spotted with scattered small holds with small herdsmen on open range


    2. The scattered tussocks of hair-grass and a few week-leaves were the only signs of life


    3. Please, at least settle your cherub on one of the hundreds of big islands I've scattered in a lazy arc across this water


    4. A flock of gulls scattered, keening loudly and interrupting their conversation


    5. And they were scattered, because there is no shepherd: and they became meat to all the beasts of the field, when they were


    6. My sheep wandered through all the mountains, and upon every high hill: yea, my flock was scattered upon all the face of the earth, and none did search or seek after them


    7. they fainted, and were scattered abroad, as sheep having no shepherd


    8. The sheep suddenly scattered as another sound, closer, less expected, broke through the background of train, birds, sea and herbage; they regrouped a short distance beyond and stood staring


    9. scattered thoughts together she stood up along with


    10. The area was thickly scattered with twiggy brush about six or eight feet tall


















































































    1. He had a thick scattering of brown freckles over his ruddy skin, what you could see of it thru the whiskers


    2. A stick whacked at a clump of waist high nettles, sending fragments of the sting-laden leaves scattering across the rough grassland at the edge of the meadow


    3. The walkers turned east, following the path, disturbing sheep and scattering a bevy of rabbits


    4. There was a small scattering of throw rugs around


    5. With one stroke of one double paw it turned over the whole campsite, scattering the fireplace, the cookware, the clothing and the blanket


    6. scattering chick down in thin, sticky layers on rusting welds


    7. I don't know if it was the reflections in the sea, or the lights from passing ships, or maybe the peaceful scattering of tables and chairs in the street, or even the girl, the mountains, the bells, or all of it all together, but that was the evening the spirit of the village of Sophia stood before me, showed me her face and stole me away


    8. I pictured food in the pot and someone, perhaps the cook from his ship, wiping down the wooden table then shaking out the cloth through the window - not realising he was scattering seeds


    9. with their scattering of holly and hawthorn, and the single trees that


    10. The tide was right in; waves wildly swooshing up against the rocks scattering droplets of brine for metres up in the air where they sparkled in the sun, the wind-borne spray hitting her in the face











































































    1. as she scatters herself around the room,


    2. wolf coming, and leaves the sheep, and flees: and the wolf catches them, and scatters the


    3. owner of the sheep, sees the wolf coming, and leaves the sheep and flees, and the wolf snatches them and scatters them


    4. The crowd scatters, everyone running in terror from the threat of bullets, and I try to see who, if anyone, was shot, but the rush of bodies is too intense


    5. 11 Also by watering he wearies the thick cloud, he scatters his bright cloud,


    6. 24 By what way is the light parted, which scatters the east wind on the Earth?


    7. The family is very happy to receive a bit of saw dust and cement in an “ash-urn” or wooden box, believing wholeheartedly that its grandma’s ash, but grandma’s body is decomposing under a bush at the Tristate crematorium, while the family scatters grandmas ashes at her favourite spot


    8. who scatters, and yet increases, and there is one who withholds more than is sufficient, but it tends to produce poverty


    9. The wise king scatters the


    10. 1 See, the Lord makes the Earth empty, and makes it waste, and turns it upside down, and scatters abroad the inhabitants of it
























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    Synonyms for "scatter"

    scatter scattering strewing spread break up disperse dot dust sprinkle dissipate spread out dispel diffuse disband sunder divide disunite disseminate dispense throw shower shed strew expend squander exhaust waste spend

    "scatter" definitions

    a haphazard distribution in all directions


    the act of scattering


    to cause to separate and go in different directions


    move away from each other


    distribute loosely


    sow by scattering


    cause to separate


    strew or distribute over an area