Scalps vs Scalpy - What's the difference?
As a noun scalps
As a verb scalps
As an adjective scalpy is
of or relating to scalps.
Of or relating to scalps.
* 1837 , E. D. Kennicott, Zethe: and other poems
* 2008 , Ray Robinson, The Man Without (page 314)
- Across his back a stringless bow, / And emptied quiver swung, — / And in his sinewy hand, he bore / His scalpy trophies — red with gore.
* 2013 , Lisa Jewell, The House We Grew Up In (page 396)
- The synaesthetic mix of her deep smile, the scalpy chemical pong of the salon.
- I could smell his scalpy hair smell. see the way he used to sit with his knees together and his toes pointed in.