Saskatchewanese for the basic ingredients used for cooking, instead of store bought mixes.
We made the hamburgers were made from scratch.
by Dillon Forsberg September 11, 2005
A minor cut or graze of the skin. Next to nothing on the damage scale.

To start from scratch is to start from nothing except knowledge and ambition.
Didn't even scratch me, pussy.
by Gumba Gumba April 11, 2004 I went in there and the sister's cunt didn't have the scratch, so I put a bullet through his kneecap. Then I cock smaked his philapino whore when she tried to suck me off to pay his points.
by Schwilly April 15, 2004
The term "scratch" is often heard around a game of pocket billiards (or pool) to represent a foul in which:

1. The cue ball is pocketed
2. The cue ball is popped off-table
3. The cue ball (or object ball) fails to touch a rail after contacting another ball
It was almost the perfect break -- he sank the 8 on the snap, but still lost due to the pocket scratch.
by Giskard July 02, 2004
sound made when manipulating a record back and forth in a rhythmmatic fashion.
by okaybei808 July 24, 2003
Finances. Money, mostly consisting of change found around the Crib. See Crib.
"Look at all of my scratch main! We could snatch up a Swisher now ma nigga!
by l337 g4ng$+3r May 26, 2003
{v.}= an occurrence brought on by the heat of the moment when the male moves too haphazardly in attempting to slip his penis inside of the female's vagina but inadvertently misses, thus causing his penis to slide either onto her vulva or between her buttocks; inspired by a similar parallel in a game of billiards whereby the cue misses the cueball and hits the felt of the table, sometimes actually scratching the surface; may also be used as a general referrence to missing any orifice intended for sexual penetration
"Last night, I got so hot when I was with my girl that when I went to put it in her I had to have a do-over because I scratched."
by Historophy January 04, 2012
An equine fungal infection that affects horses with white feet. It causes lesions that look like a lot of little scratches that ooze and turn crusty.

Contracted from standing in boggy or wet ground for long periods of time.
"Look at how crusty that pony's feet are-- he's got scratches!"

"Better treat his scratches now or they'll only get worse."
by equineknowledge September 29, 2011

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