Definitions for "Scamp"
Like "bum" and "loaf," this obsolete verb meaning "to roam about idly" has come to be a pejorative descriptor for any footloose and fancy-free person. Lin Yutang, resisting the militarization of his homeland, insisted that the scamp - not the soldier - is the highest form of humanity. Whereas the latter surrenders his individuality and obeys orders, Yutang points out, the former remains curious, dreamy, humorous, wayward, incalculable, and unpredictable. See: BUM, LOAF, SAUNTER.
Keywords:  rascal, swindler, rogue
A rascal; a swindler; a rogue.
To perform in a hasty, neglectful, or imperfect manner; to do superficially.
perform hastily and carelessly
In the 1955 movie Lady and the Tramp, Scamp is the rambunctious son of the title characters, Lady and Tramp, seen only briefly at the end of the movie. He struck a cord with viewers and went on to have a long career in Disney comics, ultimately starring in his own movie, Lady and the Tramp 2: Scamp's Adventure in 2001.
Keywords:  playfully, mischievous, one
one who is playfully mischievous
Scottish Collections Access Management Portal. A Web-based interface for updating the SCONE service database.
single-channel anti-jam manportable (terminal)
Keywords:  rough, layout, see
A rough layout.
See Rough.
Keywords:  sketch, concept, basic, showing, design
a sketch of a design showing the basic concept.