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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishscrapingsscrap‧ings /ˈskreɪpɪŋz/ noun [plural]  PIECEsmall pieces that have been scraped from a surface
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scrapingsHis expressionistic brushwork, scrapings in the paint and blurry edges endow the familiar bright land with an unfamiliar melancholy.Cool and reserve 2 cups of the cooking juice and fat, including scrapings from the bottom of the pan.If you save the scrapings from sharpening, these can be squished hard on to the paper.As she cleaned away the dishes she wondered what those wooden scrapings from her floor would tell the forensic scientists.
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