(verb, past tense) A situation where a litigant brings action against an innocent party and is found out by a judge to be bringing the case in bad faith. That party is then said to have been "scowned." Has its roots in the SCO vs IBM case.
In conclusion, you do not own the patent to filenames. Therefore, this court has no option but to record a verdict of the plaintiff having been scowned.
Por The_Real_Chronos 02 de julio de 2006
Can you define these popular missing words?
Owning or being owned by a person with a scoped weapon or possibly a scone it's self
I just Scowned that noob.
Por Randolf Scott 21 de febrero de 2009
Another version of the word owned. Usually seen written on shoes. Pronunciation is just like owned but with an sc in front of it.
O man you guys, you all just got scowned for life!!!
Por pilot120 25 de febrero de 2007