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Lexic.us Definition of Scarre

1. an unexplained Shakespearian word [n -S]

http://www.lexic.us/definition-of/scarre


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Lexic.us Definition of Scarre

1. an unexplained Shakespearian word [n -S]

http://www.lexic.us/definition-of/scarre


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Lazy lexicographer! https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/scarre
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Lazy lexicographer!
Lol, ouch that's going to leave a mark.
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1. an unexplained Shakespearian word [n -S]

http://www.lexic.us/definition-of/scarre


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At least they knew it was Shakespearean. Lol

I can't wait to play psychophysioscarrefications in 5x5 sometime soon.

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Thanks for the link bigbells. At least they used the "alternate" spelling of Shakespearean
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At least they knew it was Shakespearean. Lol
..and gave reference credit.

The Bard is the definition of his words!
Still smiling over that one. Stupendious!

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