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scads

slang A large, abundant, or vast number or amount. Scads of people had turned up to see the concert. I've still got scads to do before the in-laws arrive!

scads

(skædz)
n. lots (of something). I have just scads and scads of paper.
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A significant number of scientific reports describe SCAD in pregnancy or in the early postpartum period.
It said: "On numerous occasions, shelter animals have been adopted, fostered or released without SCADS knowledge or consent by certain staff members and volunteers after operating business hours.
Fortunately, there are scads of principled, hopelessly marginal parties and candidates for whom you can cast a purely symbolic ballot.
1) Ladyfest Midwest, Chicago A low-budget, high-energy happening with Le Tigre, Tegan and Sara, Amy Ray, and scads of others.
Why you should care: Plassein claims its AutoBlue bag can reduce the amount of paint (and the VOCs that go with the paint) needed to re-paint I cars damaged during assembly, without having to waste scads of time taping the bodies.