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scat in Music topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishscatscat /skæt/ noun [uncountable]  APMa style of jazz singing, in which the singer sings sounds rather than words
Examples from the Corpus
scatMaude took a scat at the end of the table and laid her hands flat on the dark mahogany.As Heather descended the hill Rufus awoke, barking and slavering ill the back scat.bear scatBear scat was evident on the two-mile-long fire road leading into Mill Creek on this day.I skip my usual bag of popcorn and I go and find my favorite scat.When Matty returned to his scat on the mortgage desk, he appeared to have witnessed the end of the world.I pull and pull and all I gain is maybe a quarter-inch off the leather scat.I thought I should faint and leaned against the scat.Susan was already off the window scat, looking for a place to tuck her sketch pad.