Definition of Scramming

1. Verb. (present participle of scram) ¹



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Definition of Scramming

1. scram [v] - See also: scram

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scramming

scramble net
scrambled
scrambled egg
scrambled eggs
scrambler
scramblers
scrambles
scrambling
scramblingly
scramblings
scrambly
scrambs
scramjet
scramjets
scrammed
scramming (current term)
scrams
scran
scranch
scranched
scranches
scranky
scrannel
scrannels
scrannier
scranny
scrans

Literary usage of Scramming

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1. The Making, Shaping and Treating of Steel by James McIntyre Camp, Charles Blaine Francis (1920)
"scramming is a term applied colloquially on the Missabe Range to the operation of recovering shallow pockets and hummocks of ore left unmined in and around ..."

2. The Making, Shaping and Treating of Steel by James McIntyre Camp, Charles Blaine Francis (1920)
"scramming is a term applied colloquially on the Missabe Range to the operation of recovering shallow pockets and hummocks of ore left unmined in and around ..."

3. Mine Timbering by Wilbur E. Sanders, Bernard MacDonald, Norman W. Parlee (1907)
"A system called "scramming" is used to mine on the level below. ... This method of scramming is also used in new workings, under gravel, sand, or loose rock ..."

4. Mine Timbering by Wilbur E. Sanders, Bernard MacDonald, Norman W. Parlee (1907)
"A system called " scramming" is used to mine on the level below. ... This method of scramming is also used in new workings, under gravel, sand, ..."

5. Mining Engineers' Handbook by Robert Peele (1918)
"... method,as top-slicing (called *' scramming" on the Mesabi, Art 72). See also Fig 83, Art 12. Advantages of open-cut mining: (я) Properly applied, ..."

6. The Iron Ores of Lake Superior: Containing Some Facts of Interest Relating by Crowell & Murray (1920)
"The mine is worked by the caving and scramming systems, the greatest vertical depth being 1324 feet. The ore is shipped via the C. & NW and the M., ..."

7. The Iron Ores of Lake Superior: Containing Some Facts of Interest Relating by Crowell & Murray (1920)
"The mine is worked by the caving and scramming systems, the greatest vertical depth being 1324 feet. The ore is shipped via the C. & N- W. and the M., ..."

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