Synonyms for scuffle
Antonyms for scuffle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SCUFFLE
One of my men, who had been wounded in the scuffle, had his hand all bloody.
Courage educated into them at Eton or Rugby, in many a fight and 289 scuffle.
The Admiral's Secretary entered, and saw the scuffle from afar.
In the scuffle Luna was knocked down and shot several times.
He heard a scuffle of feet and she was pulled from the window.
But if you hear anything like a scuffle, you must come when you recognize my voice.
He had not, in all the scuffle, drawn a single drop of blood from me.
I was conscious of the sound of a scuffle somewhere forward.
There was a clatter of arms, followed by the scuffle of feet.
She told about her mother's defiance, about the scuffle, about the firing of the shot.
"to push or fight in a disorderly manner," 1570s, probably a frequentative form of scuff, of Scandinavian origin. Related: Scuffled; scuffling. As a noun c.1600, from the verb.