Noun(1) a garment worn around the head or neck or shoulders for warmth or decoration(2) a joint made by notching the ends of two pieces of timber or metal so that they will lock together end-to-end
Verb(1) masturbate while strangling oneself(2) unite by a scarf joint(3) wrap in or adorn with a scarf
(1) It could be argued that the great array of different scarf joints encountered in timber-framed buildings should make the author's point about complexity.(2) she tucked her woolly scarf around her neck(3) You crave steak because you need protein, scarf up sardines for the salt, and pig out on potatoes because they are energy-dense.(4) he forced me to scarf the keel timbers in watertight sections(5) a silk scarf(6) If you feel sluggish before hitting the softball field, scarf an energy-boosting bagel or banana.(7) The pashmina scarf he wants for his mother is not in stock at the government shops.(8) The two arcs were joined at the Crown by a sophisticated scarf joint, which was secured by three large nuts and bolts.(9) Her current work focuses on the controversy over Islamic head scarves in French public schools.(10) The cute little boy came outside again, followed by a scarved woman who must have been his mother.(11) She absently twirled noodles for about ten minutes as Dave scarfed his.(12) The sight-impaired pensioner has busy needles knitting hats and scarves to send to the country's needy children.(13) I live in a city in the US where it is common to see such scarved women on the bus and in the market and on the street, yet I have never seen any such incidents of harassment.(14) We sat there, the guys talking as Zach and I scarfed our food.(15) If you've missed a workout or scarfed down an entire pizza, think about what led you to do this and what it would take to stop you from doing so next time.(16) Amber scarfed down her eggs and fumbled with her chopsticks as she tried to eat her rice.
(1) silk scarf :: sutla bupanda
(2) red scarf :: pulang balabal
1. muffler ::
2. headscarf ::
3. mantilla ::
4. stole ::
5. tippet ::
6. kerchief ::
7. neckerchief ::
8. bandanna ::
9. babushka ::
11. eat greedily ::
kumain nang buong katakawan
12. eat hungrily ::
kumain gutom na gutom
13. guzzle ::
14. bolt ::
16. devour ::
19. tuck into ::
20. put away ::
21. pack away ::
22. demolish ::
23. polish off ::
28. inhale ::
29. gluttonize ::
31. ingurgitate ::
scarf, scarfed, scarfing, scarfs
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Hey, do I mock you with the Bhagavad Gita
every time you SCARF down a Whopper?
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 14
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