Scuffling



verb (used without object), scuffled, scuffling.
1.
to struggle or fight in a rough, confused manner.
2.
to go or move in hurried confusion.
3.
to move or go with a shuffle; scuff.
noun
4.
a rough, confused struggle or fight.
5.
a shuffling:
a scuffle of feet.
6.
Also called scuffle hoe. a spadelike hoe that is pushed instead of pulled.
7.
(in tap dancing) a forward and backward movement of the foot.
verb (intransitive)
1.
to fight in a disorderly manner
2.
to move by shuffling
3.
to move in a hurried or confused manner
noun
4.
a disorderly struggle
5.
the sound made by scuffling or shuffling
noun
1.
(US) a type of hoe operated by pushing rather than pulling
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