thrutch

thrutch

(θrʌtʃ)
n
(Physical Geography) dialect Northern English a narrow, fast-moving stream
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It's still a thrutch on those and, while it's not yet for me, it's my feeling that it's great that such a diverse group of cyclists can enjoy the route.
Twelve-year-old Kofi first catches sight of his 'starman' on a supermarket roundabout and is then led by a series of mysterious and urgent messages from roundabout to roundabout until he finds Rorty Thrutch. Rorty is not an alien, but a prehistoric human, a tiny hominin, kidnapped from his forest home and experimented on by scientists.
Here are some rarer examples, all of which are acceptable in international Scrabble: SCHLUMPED, SCHMEARED, SCHMEERED, SCHNORRED, SCRAICHED, SCRAIGHED, SCRAUGHED, SCRITCHED, SCROOCHED, SCROWDGED, SQUINCHED, SQUOOSHED, THRUTCHED