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1.# A container for coal.  Uses: ''"There's not enough coal in that scuttle to warm the nuts of a gnat."''
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1.  A container for coal.  Uses: ''"There's not enough coal in that scuttle to warm the nuts of a gnat."''
  
 
2.  To break apart a ship.  Also used figuratively: ''"That was a crap plan. Scuttle it now and start again."''
 
2.  To break apart a ship.  Also used figuratively: ''"That was a crap plan. Scuttle it now and start again."''

Revision as of 16:30, 9 November 2006

1. A container for coal. Uses: "There's not enough coal in that scuttle to warm the nuts of a gnat."

2. To break apart a ship. Also used figuratively: "That was a crap plan. Scuttle it now and start again."

3. The act of sexual intercourse, often associated with a vector: "She needs a good back scuttle."