Definition of Scamping

1. Verb. (present participle of scamp) ¹



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Definition of Scamping

1. scamp [v] - See also: scamp

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Literary usage of Scamping

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1. On the Civic Relations by Henry Holt (1907)
"CHAPTER XVIII. PERSONAL PROPERTY. Schemes for Distributing it more Evenly. (I) scamping, Forbidding Work, Destroying Product, Anarchism, Communism. ..."

2. On the Civic Relations by Henry Holt (1907)
"(I) scamping, Forbidding Work, Destroying Product, Anarchism, Communism. Now we have some idea of the agencies by which property is evolved and distributed ..."

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