Definition of Scapas
1. scapa [v] - See also: scapa
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scapas
Literary usage of Scapas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A history of the holy Bible, with an intr., additional notes and by Thomas Stackhouse (1836)
"The Egyptians, however, under the command of scapas their general, ... the Jews, who had been but badly used by scapas, a very covetous and rapacious man, ..."
2. Poetic Origins and the Ballad by Louise Pound (1921)
"The epic narratives of the Old English scapas were not personal. Sir Walter Scott'a folk-lyrics, tribal, marching, and elegiac, are not the work of a clan, ..."