Examples of scuffle in a Sentence
Children scuffled on the playground.
Small creatures scuffled in the underbrush.
Recent Examples of scuffle from the Web
About two years later, McDermott and the woman again were scuffling over a cell phone.
The video, which was being shared on Facebook earlier this week, shows officers scuffling with multiple people inside the bar about 2 a.m. Sunday and taking two into custody.
Video footage broadcast on local news stations showed some of the protesters scuffling with police.
The Lakers knew Rondo well from his nine seasons with Boston, which included two NBA Finals matchups, and got reacquainted last season when Rondo and Isaiah Thomas scuffled during a game.
Seconds later, a baseball slammed off the wall in left, three feet shy of erasing a dubious distinction that followed the scuffling Venezuelan into the weekend.
The teams scuffled in the aftermath of the Terps’ 10-9 win against the Buckeyes in the conference tournament final May 6, 2017, in Columbus, Ohio.
The Red Sox and Giants had a shot a few years ago but have since scuffled enough that a title would be more comeback than capstone.
The Royals' offense still scuffled, scattering six hits in seven innings against Twins starting pitcher Jose Berrios and just one more the rest of the way.
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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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