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Noun: scudding  skú-ding
  1. The act of moving along swiftly (as before a gale)
    - scud
Verb: scud (scudded,scudding)  skúd
  1. Run or move very quickly or hastily
    "She scudded into the yard";
    - dart, dash, scoot [informal], flash, shoot, whip [informal]
  2. Run before a gale
    - rack

Type of: barrel [informal], belt [informal], belt along [informal], bucket [informal], bucket along [informal], hasten, hie [archaic], hotfoot, hurry, hurrying, pelt [informal], pelt along [informal], race, rocket [informal], rush, rush along, sail, speed, speeding, step on it [informal], travel rapidly, whizz [informal], whizz along [informal], wing [informal], zip [informal], zoom, zoom along

Encyclopedia: Scud