scrap

Part of speech: noun

A small piece; fragment; clipping.

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Usage examples "scrap":

  1. That little, plain, ugly scrap of a thing you paid a hundred dollars for? - "Home Fires in France", Dorothy Canfield.
  2. " I'm going over to Oaklands for a drive," he said, handing her the scrap of newspaper with a gesture that meant silence. - "People of the Whirlpool", Mabel Osgood Wright.
  3. I shall never call myself that- why, people might know I must be something connected with this castle, and they would be questioning, and I couldn't have a scrap of fun! - "The Man and the Moment", Elinor Glyn.