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scut

(skət)
n. a despicable person. (Teens and collegiate.) It’s scuts like that who give all us really rad kids a bad name.
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A DEFENDANT who fell to the court floor making choking noises for an hour was told by a judge: "You are probably one of the greatest scuts Iive ever come across in my life.
The defendant, who had already treated the courthouse to a rendition of The Flower of Scotland from his courtbouse cell, said 'thank you sir' when called a scut.
Yea, the coneys are scared by the thud of hoofs, And their white scuts flash at their vanishing heels, And swallows abandon the hamlet-roofs.