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- adj. Mixed, disordered, shuffled.
- adj. this sense?) (of eggs) Beaten and cooked.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of scramble.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. thrown together in a disorderly fashion
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Those are ways illegal aliens acquire SSNs and employers post earnings for the illegal to the SSN, resulting in what we called scrambled earnings records.
Have you been listening to talk radio too much and got your brain scrambled??
His mouth opened and closed, forming meaningless syllables while his brain scrambled to make sense of Tony's accusations.
Ross Shanklin scrambled to his feet and stood watchfully and awkwardly.
People and money are scrambled from the dark and ignored fringes to take centre-stage in the light.
The captain scrambled toward the engine room, but when he arrived, he was blocked by the sealed vacuum doors.
Then you chop them and use them in scrambled eggs.
BTW, we eat leftover pico (I make extra on purpose) in scrambled eggs.
Just a Plane Ride Away -- I eat mine in scrambled eggs, too!
But McCain scrambled the script with just a few hours 'notice.
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