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    scaffold - Dictionary definition and meaning for word scaffold

    Definition
    (noun) a platform from which criminals are executed (hanged or beheaded) Definition
    (noun) a temporary arrangement erected around a building for convenience of workers Definition
    (verb) provide with a scaffold for support
    Example Sentence
    • scaffold the building before painting it
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for scaffold

SCAFFOLD rhymes with staff + hold...think of a TEMPORARY place or PLATFORM for the staff.

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involves "FOLD" which ever is temporary we keep it fold..

For Prison Break fans. Michael Scofield comes to avoid the execution of his brother.

scafFOLD - Something which can be FOLDED and relocated to another place is a temporary arrangement.

SCAFFOLD or GALLOWS - a guillotine where people are hanged.

scaffold: s+cafe+old= the cafe is very old and the owner is rejuvenating it, so the workers had started the work forming a temporary structure of wodden pole support around the building to cement its walls again for the strength

S+caff(caugh)+hold: to keep hold the caugh temporary masks were given

think of FOLD in scafFOLD anything foldable is TEMPORARY

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