Definition of Scuffing

1. Verb. (present participle of scuff) ¹



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Definition of Scuffing

1. scuff [v] - See also: scuff

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scuffing

scudetto
scudi
scudler
scudlers
scudo
scudoes
scudos
scuds
scuff mark
scuffball
scuffed
scuffer
scuffers
scuffing (current term)
scuffle
scuffle hoe
scuffled
scuffler
scufflers
scuffles
scuffling
scuffs
scuft
scufts
scug
scugged
scugging
scugs

Literary usage of Scuffing

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1. Indian Wars of New England by Herbert Milton Sylvester (1910)
"Here in the woods they made their camp for the night, which was broken by strange noises, like the scuffing of feet among the dead leaves, and fort. ..."

2. Indian Wars of New England by Herbert Milton Sylvester (1910)
"Here in the woods they made their camp for the night, which was broken by strange noises, like the scuffing of feet among the dead leaves, and fort. ..."

3. Graded Games and Rhythmic Exercises for Primary Schools: (for the School by Marion Bromley Newton (1907)
"scuffing through the Leaves. (Quick two-step music.) Around the circle, scuffing; hardly lifting the feet from the floor. c. Jack o' Lantern. ..."

4. Bobby Blake at Rockledge School; Or, Winning the Medal of Honor by Frank A. Warner (1915)
"They ran, scuffing, as hard as they could run, and kicked up an enormous cloud of dust. They stopped at the stile leading into ..."

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