scudding : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the act of moving along swiftly (as before a gale)
- v run or move very quickly or hastily
- v run before a gale
- As the plane sank lower and lower toward Rangoon, I looked through scudding clouds at the cultivated fields below and once again found myself struggling to breathe.
- On a January day with clouds scudding overhead, Steven Strong looks up at the south-facing surface, his eyes as bright as the collectors as he surveys his design.
- Here at Keck headquarters in the sleepy town of Waimea, nestled in the midst of cattle-ranching country on Hawaii's Big Island, thick clouds are scudding past, occasionally dipping .
News & Articles
- Watch Out For The Balkans
We’re fifty kilometers outside of Ljubljana, Slovenia, in Bled Castle, overlooking a clear blue mountain lake, a set of gilded clouds scudding overhead and the sun is shining bright over miles of untrammeled forests. On the water below tiny swimmers look as if they’re floating in thin air, arms and legs swinging, making ripples in something invisible. We’re also fifty kilometers from a hotbed of ...
July 10, 2013 - TechCrunch