Definition of Scrambing
1. scramb [v] - See also: scramb
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scrambing
Literary usage of Scrambing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Spy: A Tale of Neutral Ground by James Fenimore Cooper (1911)
"The point was to clear the board something after the fabled practice of the harpies, and by dint of scrambing, tossing, breaking, and spilling, the remnants ..."
2. The Plant World by Plant World Association, Wild Flower Preservation Society (U.S.) (1912)
"Less well known is the fact that it can become a scrambing and almost a twining liane. Mr. H. Carse and myself recently found a number of climbing ..."
3. The Ogowe Band: A Narrative of African Travel by Joseph Hankinson Reading (1890)
"It was not a great while before they were alongside and scrambing on board in their eagerness to see what the vessel was like. The captain and crew were ..."
4. The People of the Ruins: A Story of the English Revolution and After by Edward Shanks (1920)
"All that remained was a process of adaptation and settlement; and, feeling a certain eagerness to begin, he began by scrambing out of bed. ..."