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"To scud" means to move quickly before the wind -- it's a term used to describe the movement of clouds. On TV's "Gunsmoke," Festus always called Doc Adams a "scudder." It's never been said exactly what that means, but we suspect he meant "you old windbag."

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βˆ™ 12y ago
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Anonymous

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βˆ™ 3y ago
Thank you! My husband was asking me what a scudder was and I told him I would goggle it.
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Gary Andy McWilliams

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βˆ™ 1y ago
A scudder is someone who scrapes hides. Understand why he called Doc that?
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Peter Bannan

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βˆ™ 4mo ago
Old windbag is my guess
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βˆ™ 2mo ago

The slang expression "you old scudder" is used to playfully tease someone for being mischievous or cheeky. It is often used among friends in a lighthearted manner.

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βˆ™ 2y ago

It’s a Scottish word, β€œScutter: hinder with something unimportant, delay detain through some needless or annoying thing.”

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