Definition of Scrimmagers

1. scrimmager [n] - See also: scrimmager



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scrimmagers

scriggle
scriggled
scriggles
scriggling
scriggly
scrike
scriked
scrikes
scriking
scrilla
scrim
scrimmage
scrimmage line
scrimmaged
scrimmager
scrimmagers (current term)
scrimmages
scrimmaging
scrimp
scrimp and save
scrimped
scrimper
scrimpers
scrimpier
scrimpiest
scrimpily
scrimping
scrimping bar
scrimpingly
scrimpit

Literary usage of Scrimmagers

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1. The Quarterly Review by William Gifford, John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, John Murray, Rowland Edmund Prothero Ernle, George Walter Prothero (1903)
"It is the fashion to decry those hardy scrimmagers whose battle-pieces occupy so much of the old Reviews ; and of course their proper inclusion in a ..."

2. Athletics and Football by Montague Shearman (1887)
"... while occasionally the ball became accidentally disentangled from the solid globe of scrimmagers, and the remaining players then had some interesting ..."

3. The Badminton Magazine of Sports & Pastimes edited by Alfred Edward Thomas Watson (1902)
"... but we would be so bold as to say that should nine ever be the recognised number of scrimmagers again, it will mean that a team consists of sixteen ..."

4. Film Folk: "close-ups" of the Men, Women, and Children who Make the "movies" by Robert Leicester Wagner (1918)
"If the leading pursuer „ fell, the others, instead of running round him, piled up on his wriggling form like football scrimmagers. We all laughed at these ..."

5. The Boys' Book of Sports: And Outdoor Life by Maurice Thompson (1886)
"He druv in de pickets and scattered de scrimmagers," said Judge, grinning lugubriously. The light that had led Neil astray could only be accounted for on ..."

6. The Boys' Book of Sports: And Outdoor Life by Beard, E Clement, De Vinne Press, Century Company (1886)
"He druv in de pickets and scattered de scrimmagers," said Judge, grinning lugubriously. The light that had led Neil astray could only be accounted for on ..."

7. Books and Things: A Collection of Stray Remarks by George Slythe Street (1905)
"It is the fashion to decry those hardy scrimmagers whose battle-pieces occupy so much of the old Reviews ; and of course their proper inclusion in a ..."

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