Examples of scuffle in a Sentence
Children scuffled on the playground.
Small creatures scuffled in the underbrush.
Recent Examples of scuffle from the Web
At one point, Sintay grabbed for Nelson’s phone and scuffled with Nelson on the ground before running off.
Last month hundreds of veterans scuffled with police and threw smoke-bombs to protest against plans to cut military pensions too.
With the Celtics scuffling at the plate, though, Barnett was given an opportunity for at-bats.
So the Cardinals continue to pitch without him, scuffling at first but managing toward the end of the season.
Yonder Alonso 's leadoff single against Betances in the eighth was the first hit for the scuffling Indians, who have lost seven of 10.
Orioles catcher Caleb Joseph is one of several members of the club who are scuffling at the plate, with no hits in his last 12 at-bats and three in 39 plate appearances overall entering Thursday.
Bird couldn’t miss — 42 points already — but the older Erving was scuffling, a mere six points for the Doctor.
No manager likes to give up an out with a bunt, but with one out, the alert Leury Garcia at third and the scuffling Adam Engel at the dish, the timing was right and the execution on point.
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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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