Examples of scrum in a Sentence
I had to fight my way through the scrum of holiday shoppers at the mall.
when the server spilled a drink on a customer, they got into a bit of a scrum before being separated
Recent Examples of scrum from the Web
Brianne Decker hit two posts, the second time coming in the final seconds, before the two rivals ended up in a scrum.
In the second period Jordan Greenway, the first African American to play for the U.S. men's Olympic hockey team, tapped in a puck that popped loose from a scrum in front of Kroselj.
But the regional scrum for money was not the only factor in the Senate delay.
After a brief scrum in front of the net, Gathright stuck it in.
No one expected the industry scrum that materialized.
Missouri reserves Jordan Roundtree and Nadia Green were ejected for coming off the bench to join the scrum.
On a chilly December morning in Atlanta, Marlanna Evans -- better known as Rapsody -- is sitting on the edge of a king-sized bed, her feet dangling above a scrum of orange Nike boxes.
When Brady released the House plan in November, the lobbying scrum only grew bigger and rougher.
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Origin and Etymology of scrum
First Known Use: 1857See Words from the same year
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Definition of scrum for English Language Learners
rugby : a way of starting play again in which players from each team come together and try to get control of the ball by pushing against each other and using their feet when the ball is thrown in between them
: the group of players who are involved in a scrum
: a large group of people who are close together in one place
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