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synonyms for scrabble

  • scuffle
  • skirmish
  • battle
  • fight
  • game
  • play
  • practice
  • row
See also synonyms for: scrabbled / scrabbling
  • contend
  • rush
  • vie
  • scurry
  • jostle
  • clamber
  • push
  • climb
  • crawl
  • trek
  • run
  • move
  • swarm
  • struggle
  • strive
  • hasten
  • scuttle
  • jockey for position
  • look alive
  • make haste
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antonyms for scrabble

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  • peace
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        How to use scrabble in a sentence

        I guess that’s actually one of the rules of Scrabble, not trail usage.
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        Down would go the chained hands to scrabble in the grass for it, and then the picking would go on again.
        THE ESCAPE OF MR. TRIMMIRVIN S. COBB
        There used to be a very messy, rocky desert here, and we used to have to scrabble and scratch our way to the monument.
        THE COLORS OF SPACEMARION ZIMMER BRADLEY
        At this mention of him she reached forward and began to scrabble things hastily into the trunk.
        MARY WARE'S PROMISED LANDANNIE FELLOWS JOHNSTON
        I inclose with this the pages of feeble scribble-scrabble which the creature Sharpin calls a report.
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        I say it not in envy, but with the awe of one who has had to scrabble and who sees endless scrabbling ahead.
        JEWEL WEEDALICE AMES WINTER
        After a while I went over and scratched its ears and it liked that and then it went over to the table and looked at the Scrabble.
        AND THEN THE TOWN TOOK OFFRICHARD WILSON
        So in the scrabble were no real good-bys, no friendly little chats about the past and future, no appointments for reunions.
        AT PLATTSBURGALLEN FRENCH
        Better the unloosed rage of the fiend than the scrabble of self-complacent idiocy.
        ON THE OLD ROAD VOL. 1 (OF 2)JOHN RUSKIN
        The respectable lawyers who scribble-scrabble your deeds and your wills look the deaths of living people in the face.
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        WORDS RELATED TO SCRABBLE

        • break
        • dig
        • graze
        • hurt
        • itch
        • lacerate
        • mangle
        • maul
        • open
        • rip
        • scrabble
        • scrap
        • scrape
        • scratch
        • tear
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