English words and Examples of Usage

use "scoop" in a sentence

For $15, they'll scoop up all the leftover dog droppings from any lawn.

This is not the first Sixties Scoop adoptees gathering Prince has been to.

Here's the scoop: You're probably healthy, but different shades mean different things.

Five minutes before they are ready, scoop a well out of the flesh and crack in a raw egg.

Morrisseau-Beck said there are many people who are "lost" as a result of the Sixties Scoop.

The move on such a high-profile scoop was immediately panned by critics and the Clinton campaign.

A lot of Métis people, especially adults now, still carry the scars of their scoop, said Doucette.

In theory, that makes it harder for the NSA to target an individual company and scoop up their package.

Hoop Scoop named him the 166th best player in the Class of 2007.41.

The males scoop out these beds in gravel or sand.

Auckland Regional Transport Authority press release, via Scoop.

What's the scoop on your new boyfriend?

Bald eagles scoop up fish with their sharp claws.

This gives her a lead to a potentially big scoop.

Find someone who was often scolded as a child. scoop

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