Examples of scuffle in a Sentence
Children scuffled on the playground.
Small creatures scuffled in the underbrush.
Recent Examples of scuffle from the Web
The opposition has exploited the displeased residents of the northeastern district of Kukes who last weekend burned down toll booths and scuffled with police to protest against high tariffs for the country’s first toll road.
The father of one of the players and Daly scuffled after the round.
Last weekend protesters in Albania burned down toll boxes and scuffled with police to protest against high tariffs at the country's first toll road.
As the two got up and scuffled after the foul, Leerdam slapped Lovitz on the left side of his head.
Reaves had a rare goal and an assist, and the Penguins scored four times in the second period to beat the scuffling Philadelphia Flyers 5-1 on Tuesday night.
Protesters scuffled with police Thursday night while calling for new elections for both president and Congress.
Protesters scuffled with police Thursday night while calling for new elections for both president and congress.
When the kids are screaming, the dogs are scuffling, the television is blaring, your spouse is cranky, and your workaday world has frazzled your last nerve, the best medicine is — the porch.
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SCUFFLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of scuffle for English Language Learners
: to fight briefly and usually not very seriously
: to move quickly and with short steps
SCUFFLE Defined for Kids
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