Definition of Scrimmaging

1. Verb. (present participle of scrimmage) ¹



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Definition of Scrimmaging

1. scrimmage [v] - See also: scrimmage

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scrimmaging

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

Literary usage of Scrimmaging

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1. Athletics and Football by Montague Shearman (1887)
"FOOTBALL art of scrimmaging. The man who from laziness or want of training puts his head into the pack and simply shoves straight forward, ..."

2. Education by Plays and Games by George Ellsworth Johnson (1907)
"Only pushing or scrimmaging the ball with the hand is allowed. The goal defenders may place only one foot over the goal Une. Eough play, hitting the ball ..."

3. The Badminton Magazine of Sports & Pastimes edited by Alfred Edward Thomas Watson (1902)
"We were talking quite recently to a player famed in football for scrimmaging, and he told us that whatever the advantages and improvements which the four ..."

4. English Sport by Alfred Edward Thomas Watson (1903)
"We were talking quite recently to a player famed in football for scrimmaging, and he told us that whatever the advantages and improvements which the four ..."

5. Winning Football by William Winston Roper (1921)
"I think that ten days is enough to fit a team for its first scrimmage and that a week is enough scrimmaging to make ready for the opening game. ..."

6. Education by Project Innovation (Organization) (1894)
"The ball used is a round one, and there is a great deal of scrimmaging, or, as it is technically termed, " bullying," in the game. ..."

7. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1909)
"The Second held the First to a no-score tie throughout the two periods of scrimmaging, in spite of the fact that the First had all its best players back. ..."

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