MEANING: adjective: Related to climbing.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin scandere (to climb). Ultimately from the Indo-European root skand- (to leap or climb), which also gave us ascend, descend, condescend, transcend, echelon, scale, and scandent. Earliest documented use: 1804.

SCANTORIAL - it's hard to find a good singer for services these days

SCANSOCIAL - I keep an eye on facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and all of those

SCANSTORIAL - cash registers in Saudi Arabia

SCANS TRIAL - suing the MRI for damages