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sclaff  audio  (sklf) KEY 

VERB:
sclaffed, sclaff·ing, sclaffs
VERB:
intr.
To scrape or strike the ground with a golf club behind the ball before hitting it.
VERB:
tr.
  1. To strike (the ground) with a golf club before hitting the ball.
  2. To hit (a ball) in this manner.

ETYMOLOGY:
Scots, to strike with a flat surface

OTHER FORMS:
sclaff(Noun), sclaffer(Noun)


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