She reached down, scooping up a hand full of the moist snow, and forced it into a loose ball.
Carmen was scooping hay out of one of the kidding stalls when he found her at the barn.
He leaned over the bassinet and reached down, scooping her into his arms.
Buttoning a long shirt over her clothes, she joined him in the kitchen, where he was scooping scrambled eggs into two plates.
Gubia or gulbia, in Ducange gulbium, an implement ad hortum excolendum, and also instrumentum ferreum in usu fabrorum; according to the New English Dictionary the word is probably of Celtic origin, gylf, a beak, appearing in Welsh, and gilb, a boring tool, in Cornish), a tool of the chisel type with a curved blade, used for scooping a groove or channel in wood, stone, &c. (see TooL).
The verb "to gouge" is used in the sense of scooping or forcing out.
Within the area of the transIndus mountains we have beds of hard limestone or sandstone alternating with soft shales, which leads to the scooping out by erosion of long narrow valleys where the tion.