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scamp
[skamp]
NOUN
1.
an unscrupulous and often mischievous person; rascal; rogue; scalawag.
2.
a playful, mischievous, or naughty young person; upstart.
3.
a grouper, Mycteroperca phenax, of Florida: so called from its habit of stealing bait.
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT)
4.
to do or perform in a hasty or careless manner: to scamp work.
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