Third-person singular simple present indicative form of scatter. (verb)
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Use "scatters" in a sentence
"[W] e see skill in invention, and due order and arrangement of matter, emerging as the hard-won result not of one thing nor of two, but of the whole texture of the composition, whereas sublimity flashing forth at the right moment scatters everything before it like a thunderbolt, and at once displays the power of the orator in all its plenitude."
"Like the other night, we watched the usual little trout feeding and rolling, then out of nowhere, a tarpon shoots through and scatters the bait."
"From the roof I can see even more: have watched the fires on the mountains, the lighting playing in the northwest over the Magdalena valley, the city twinkling, the moon making the sky luminous and making dark masses of the mountains, the golden haze, an apotheosis of light the sunset sometimes scatters on the mutable and impassive mountains."