Noun(1) a slipper that has no fitting around the heel(2) the act of scuffing (scraping or dragging the feet
Verb(1) walk without lifting the feet(2) get or become scuffed(3) mar by scuffing(4) poke at with the foot or toe
(1) His sandals scuff on the sandy path, as the geckos call goodnight.(2) Every day, relatives scuff their way along the dirt track to reach the razor wire barricades, where they plead in vain for information about the whereabouts of the missing.(3) Previous attempts by other companies required tearing up supermarket floors to install the ads, leaving scuff marks on the concept.(4) Note the scuff marks caused by the screwdriver when opening and closing the coolant tank's plug.(5) these shoes won't scuff(6) For every Record Collector, LP paranoia eventually sets in and the beloved becomes a monster, desperate to scratch and scuff the poor helpless vinyl.(7) If you have young children and pets, choose easy-to-clean carpets and colors that camouflage dirt and scuff marks.(8) Engineers will mourn the first nick and scrape to their DMX-P01, much like a scuff on a cool new pair of shoes.(9) Nevertheless, life goes on, and time marches forward, even if it leaves its scuff marks on our bruised and tattered bodies, its foot prints on our souls.(10) Mugolo could tell from the length of the scuff marks on the rock and later, where the rider had to cross some soft ground, the length of the stride.(11) for kids who play rough, shoes that won't scuff(12) All the way from the scuff of dirt on the floor to the tiny cracks on the ceiling.(13) The soles of his shoes scuff the wet asphalt of black-and-white back alleys, headlights closing in behind him.(14) Eve took off her shoes so she wouldn't scuff that glorious floor.(15) We'll have to sell it as part our second-phase restructuring plan and the scuff marks wouldn't have helped.(16) Gray eyes inscrutable, he examined the weapon, running a finger over a scuff on the muzzle absently.
1. mule ::
2. scrape ::
3. scratch ::
4. rub ::
5. abrade ::
6. mark ::
1. breeze ::
2. coast ::
3. glide ::
4. slide ::
5. waltz ::
6. whisk ::
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