- n a haphazard distribution in all directions
- n the act of scattering
- v to cause to separate and go in different directions
She waved her hand and scattered the crowds
- v move away from each other;
The children scattered in all directions when the teacher approached
- v distribute loosely
He scattered gun powder under the wagon
- v sow by scattering
- v cause to separate
- v strew or distribute over an area
scatter cards across the table
- He went to Hawaii to help the family scatter the ashes over the Pacific.
- They would scatter widely, then concentrate again.
- One of Atala's colleagues had the bright idea that if a printer can spray tiny bits of ink in a pre-set pattern, why couldn't that same technique be used to scatter cells into pre .
News & Articles
- Tebow in New England Might Make Sense
So the New England Patriots now have a left-handed quarterback with a scatter arm, a flair for the dramatic and a feel for leadership.
June 11, 2013 - New York Times
- Turkish riot police enter Istanbul Taksim Square
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Hundreds of Turkish riot police entered Istanbul's Taksim Square on Tuesday, firing teargas to scatter small numbers of protesters who have been staging demonstrations against plans to redevelop an adjoining park, a Reuters witness said. Backed by armored vehicles, police wearing white helmets and carrying shields massed in areas around the square, but there were no clashes ...
June 11, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! News
- Tim Tebow in New England might make sense
So the New England Patriots now have a left-handed quarterback with a scatter arm, a flair for the dramatic and a feel for leadership. Yep, Tim Tebow. He might as well be Frankenstein's monster, with Patriots coach Bill Belichick in the role of visionary doctor (or mad scientist). Tebow certainly isn't going to unseat Tom Brady as the starter, and he probably won't challenge Ryan Mallett as ...
June 11, 2013 - Boston Herald