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And when they scrabbled down the ladder to haul him in there wasn't nothin' in sight but that cork leg, stickin' up out of water.
FAIR HARBORJOSEPH CROSBY LINCOLN
Then he turned over and scrabbled madly with hands and feet for something that would hold.
He had earned a diploma by a correspondence course, and had scrabbled together a small practice among retired shopkeepers.
THE JOBSINCLAIR LEWIS
I leaped upward and hung for a moment, then pulled myself up and scrabbled out, tumbling in a heap on the ground above.
THE GIRL IN THE GOLDEN ATOMRAYMOND KING CUMMINGS
Spluttering and blowing, he scrabbled around and his fingers closed over a root.
Bessie scrabbled up her clothes and, making sounds of disgust, went out.
A POOR MAN'S HOUSESTEPHEN SYDNEY REYNOLDS
There were times when Nicholas seemed to himself hardly more human than the rats that gnawed and scrabbled in the dark at night.
Denver flung open the flap and scrabbled up and through the valve to the interior.
MASTER OF THE MOONDOGSTANLEY MULLEN
It made her feel good all over to throw corn to the hens and see how they scrabbled for it.
THE BRIMMING CUPDOROTHY CANFIELD FISHER
Bingo, crawling out of his basket, scrabbled up on to the bed; she felt his little loving cold nose against her face.
THE VEHEMENT FLAMEMARGARET WADE CAMPBELL DELAND

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lackadaisicaladjective | [lak-uh-dey-zi-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION