Definition of Scatteration

1. Noun. A scattered arrangement. ¹



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Definition of Scatteration

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scatteration

scatophiles
scatoscopy
scats
scatt
scattald
scattalds
scatted
scatter
scatter'd
scatter factor
scatter pin
scatter plot
scatter rug
scatteration (current term)
scatterations
scatterbrain
scatterbrained
scatterbrains
scattered
scattered disc
scattered radiation
scattered shower
scattered showers
scatterer
scatterers
scattereth
scattergood
scattergoods

Literary usage of Scatteration

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1. The California Teacher and Home Journal by California Dept. of Public Instruction (1884)
"scatteration. A. HINT FOB TEA.CHERS INSTITUTES AND COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS RY PROF. KNOWLTON. Although the title-word mty be neither Webst'erian nor ..."

2. A Tramp Abroad by Mark Twain (1880)
"It hit the pier in the centre and went all to smash and scatteration like a box of matches struck by lightning. I was the only one of our party who saw this ..."

3. Dialect Notes by American Dialect Society (1896)
"(skiet) : to a child on sneezing. scatteration ... There was a great scatteration." school-butter: the direst insult to a ..."

4. Logic of History: Five Hundred Political Texts; Being Concentrated Extracts by Stephen D. Carpenter (1864)
"The Milwaukee Sentinel of April 18, 1863, pitches into the President's "scatteration" policy, in sending BANKS off to the Bio Grande, &c. ..."

5. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1910)
"Now, a few words about the display in general: "Concentration," says a humorist, "is better than scatteration," and so will say all the thoughtful ones. ..."

6. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1904)
""Concentration," says a humorist, "is better than scatteration, " and so will say all the thoughtful ones. This holds true, whether we are dealing with an ..."

7. The Photographic Journal of America: The Oldest Photography Magazine in America (1917)
"Now, a few words about the display in general: "Concentration," says a humorist, "is better than scatteration," and so will ..."

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