scum


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Synonyms for scum

rabble

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impurities

Synonyms for scum

a group of persons regarded as the lowest class

Synonyms for scum

worthless people

a film of impurities or vegetation that can form on the surface of a liquid

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remove the scum from

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We need to take a leaf out of USA's book and make these people actually pay for there crime, and not molly coddle these scum who get 30 chances, before they get sent to the holiday camp.
It is a sensible precaution for you, your children and your animals to avoid contact with the scum or the water close to it.
I hope they get the business back up and running don't let scum like this win.
The ministry said it was determined to physically remove [the] despicable human scum who are committing treason.
The accumulation of total solids in septic tanks in particular was assessed, including both sludge and scum accumulation.
The hash sign in front of the word "Toryscum" is there to make the message easier to find for people interested in discussing the topic ie why the Tories are scum.
2) When her authorship of the SCUM Manifesto is cited as her primary achievement, the Warhol shooting is never far behind.
Get your tub and shower sparking clean with SCRUB FREE[R] Soap Scum Remover.
Claire Dederer, in her review of SCUM Manifesto ["Cutting Remarks," June 14], expresses sisterly admiration for the nutcase assassin Valerie Solanas, who gunned down Andy Warhol and some other poor shmuck who accidentally got in her way when she couldn't find her publisher to kill.
Scott Kelley, a microbiologist from San Diego State University, and colleagues scraped the soap scum from four shower curtains.
We'll show you how to dissolve three frustrating, yet common, water-caused deposits: rust stains and mineral buildup in the toilet bowl, hardened mineral deposits on faucets, and layered soap scum on shower wall tile.
The scum drove away, came back around and threw their trash on my front lawn.
Both were targeted for the marketing of tobacco products by a major tobacco company under a project called "Subculture Urban Marketing" or--you guessed it--"Project SCUM.
Catholic mothers found it harrowing to escort their daughters to school through a cordon of policemen, while Protestants called them "Fenian scum.
As the culture begins to change, you will notice a thin scum of a white substance will form on the very top of the clear layer.