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Google previewThe New National Dictionary, Encyclopædia and Atlas Revised to Date ... (1898)

“O scatheful harm ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedic Dictionary (1889)

A New and Original Work of Reference to All the Words in the English Language, with a Full Account of Their Origin, Meaning, Pronunciation, and Use. With Numerous Illustrations

scatheful; -ness.] The quality or state of being hurtful or injurious ; hurtfulness, injuriousness. “scăthe- lèss, "scath-les, a. (Eng. scathe; -less.] Free from hurt, harm, or injury; uninjured, unhurt.

Google previewA Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words (2018)

Obsolete Phrases, Proverbs, and Ancient Customs, from the XIV Century by James Orchard Halliwell

SCATHEFUL. Destructive; pernicious. SCATHERED. Said of feet ingrimed by water and small coals getting into the shoes. Northumb. SCATLOB. Loss; harm; prejudice. North. SCATTE. (1) Money. (2) Tax. (A.-S.) SCATTERBRAINED. Giddy.

Google previewThe Oxford Dictionary of Original Shakespearean Pronunciation (2016)

by David Crystal

Scarus n skaros sp Scarrus", Scarus" scathen / vskад sp scath', scathe*/ scath" scatheful adj skaöfel spscathful' scatter / ~s / ~ed y skatoл / -z / -d sp scatter" / scatters" / scattered", scattred" scattered adj skatoid sp scatterd", scattred" scattering ...

Google previewLloyd's Encyclopædic dictionary (1895)

by Robert Hunter

scatheful; -ness.] The quality or state of being hurtful or injurious ; huitfulucss, injuriousness. • scathe'-less, * scath-les, a. [Eng. smthe; -less'] Free from hurt, harm, or injury ; uninjured, unhurt. "That scatheless, full sikerly T l..t., ..... .. .1... .. ,.lli ...

Google previewUniversal Dictionary of the English Language (1899)

A New and Original Work Presenting for Convenient Reference the Orthography, Pronunciation, Meaning, Use, Origin and Development of Every Word in the English Language Together with Condensed Explanations of Fifty Thousand Important Subjects and an Exhaustive Encyclopaedia of All the Arts and Sciences Profusely Illustrated by Robert Hunter

scatheful ; -ncss.\ The quality or state of being hurtful or injurious ; hurtfuluess, injuriousness. * scat ho less, * scath les, a. [Eng. scathe ; -less.] Free from hurt, harm, or injury ; uninjured, unhurt.

Google previewThe International Encyclopaedic Dictionary ... (1901)

“O scatheful harm, condition of poverte.” Chaucer: C. T., 4,519. scăthe -ful-néss, scăth ful-ness, subst. [Eng. scatheful : ,-ness.] The quality or state of being hurtful or injurious; hurtfulness, injuriousness. scăthe -lèss, scăth- les, a.

Google previewAmerican Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1896)

“O scatheful harm, condition of poverte.” Chaucer: C. T., 4,519. scăthe-fül-néss, scăth-ful-ness, subst. [Eng. scatheful; -ness.] The quality or state of being hurtful or injurious; hurtfulness, injuriousness. scăthe-lèss, scăth—les, a.

Google previewThe Anglo-American Encyclopedia and Dictionary: Dictionary department (A-Z) (1904)

"O scatheful harm, condition of poverte." Chaucer: C. T., 4,819. scathe -ful-niss, scath ful ness, suhaf. [Eng. scatheful; -neas.] The quality or state of being hurtful or injurious ; hurtfulness, injuriousness. scathe -lies, scath-les, a.

Google previewThe New American Encyclopedic Dictionary (1906)

An Exhaustive Dictionary of the English Language : Practical and Comprehensive : Giving the Fullest Definition (encyclopedic in Detail), the Origin, Pronunciation and Use of Words by Robert Hunter, Edward Thomas Roe, Le Roy Hooker, Thomas W. Handford

“O scatheful harm, condition of poverte.” Chaucer: C. T., 4,519. scăthe-fül-néss, scăth-ful-ness, subst. [Eng. scatheful; -ness.] The quality or state of being hurtful or injurious; hurtfulness, injuriousness. scăthe-lèss, scăth-les, a.

Google previewThe American Encyclopædic Dictionary (1897)

by S. J. Herrtage, John A. Williams, Robert Hunter

"O scatheful harm, condition of poverte." Chaucer: C. T., 4,519. scathe -f fil-nSss, scath ful ness, subst. [Eng. scatheful; -ness.] The quality or state of being hurtful or injurious ; hurtfulness, injuriousness. scathe -l€ss, scath-les, a.

Google previewThe American Encyclopaedic Dictionary (1897)

A ... Work of Reference to the English Language Defining Over 250,000 Words ... Containing Over One Hundred Maps and Diagrams and Nearly Four Thousand Illustrations

"O scatheful harm, condition of poverte." Chaucer; C. T., 4,519. scathe -ful ness, scath ful-ness, subst. [Eng. scatheful; -ness.] Tho quality or state of boing hurtful or injurious ; hurt-fulness, injuriousness. scathe'-lSss, scath-les, a.

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Scrabble value of S1C3A1T1H4E1F4U1L1

The value of this 9-letter word is 17 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.


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