verb (used without object), scuffled, scuffling.
to struggle or fight in a rough, confused manner.
to go or move in hurried confusion.
to move or go with a shuffle; scuff.
a rough, confused struggle or fight.
a scuffle of feet.
Also called scuffle hoe. a spadelike hoe that is pushed instead of pulled.
(in tap dancing) a forward and backward movement of the foot.
to fight in a disorderly manner
to move by shuffling
to move in a hurried or confused manner
a disorderly struggle
the sound made by scuffling or shuffling
(US) a type of hoe operated by pushing rather than pulling
noun, Eastern New England. 1. culch (def 3).
noun, plural sculdudderies. Chiefly British. 1. obscene behavior; lewdness.
noun 1. skulduggery. noun, plural skulduggeries. 1. dishonorable proceedings; mean dishonesty or trickery: bribery, graft, and other such skulduggery. 2. an instance of dishonest or deceitful behavior; trick. noun 1. (informal) underhand dealing; trickery
verb (used without object), noun 1. skulk. verb (used without object) 1. to lie or keep in hiding, as for some evil reason: The thief skulked in the shadows. 2. to move in a stealthy manner; slink: The panther skulked through the bush. 3. British. to shirk duty; malinger. noun 4. a person who skulks. […]