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verb. ['ˈskætɝ'] to cause to separate and go in different directions.
- break up
Rhymes with Scatter
Sentences with scatter
1. Verb, base form
Do not scatter the ash on a windy day or it won’t stay on the soil.
2. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
First, they can reflect parallel rays of light in such a way that they scatter in all directions.
Column charts show counts, pie charts express percentages and scatter plots display points on a graph.
4. Noun, singular or mass
To create traction, scatter loose alfalfa meal over the pavement.
Quotes about scatter
1. Strike the shepherd and the sheep will scatter
- Robert Greene, The 48 Laws of Power
2. There are three lessons I would write-Three words, as with a burning pen, In tracings of eternal light,Upon the heart of men.Have hope! though clouds environ round,And gladness hides her face in scorn,Put thou the shadow from thy brow,No night but hath its morn.Have love! not love alone for one, But man as man thy brother call,And scatter like the circling sun,Thy charities on all.
- Friedrich Schiller
3. Behold, the fool saith, "Put not all thine eggs in the one basket"- which is but a matter of saying, "Scatter your money and your attention"; but the wise man saith, "Pull all your eggs in the one basket and - WATCH THAT BASKET."- Pudd'nhead Wilson's Calendar
- Mark Twain, Pudd'nhead Wilson
verb. ['ˈskætɝ'] move away from each other; .
- spread out
- stand still
verb. ['ˈskætɝ'] distribute loosely.
verb. ['ˈskætɝ'] cause to separate.
- change integrity
- stay in place
verb. ['ˈskætɝ'] sow by scattering.
noun. ['ˈskætɝ'] the act of scattering.
verb. ['ˈskætɝ'] strew or distribute over an area.
- spread out
- pass on
noun. ['ˈskætɝ'] a haphazard distribution in all directions.