from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An electronic device that scrambles telecommunication signals to make them unintelligible to anyone without a special receiver.
- n. A motorcycle with thick ridged tires and strong suspension, designed for riding and racing across rough terrain.
- n. Football A quarterback who frequently scrambles.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Agent noun of scramble; someone or something that scrambles.
- n. A device that makes messages intentionally, but reversibly, unintelligible for reasons of privacy or security.
- n. A motorcycle used for motocross.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who scrambles; one who climbs on all fours.
- n. A greedy and unceremonious contestant.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who scrambles.
- n. In phytogeography, a liana which supports itself by resting its long, straggling branches upon other plants, sometimes, as in roses and brambles, with incidental assistance from prickles and thorns. The liana character is usually less developed in this class than in any other, but in this regard the palm lianas of the tropics are an exception.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. electronic equipment that makes speech unintelligible during transmission and restores it at reception
- n. a lightweight motorcycle equipped with rugged tires and suspension; an off-road motorcycle designed for riding cross country or over unpaved ground
- n. a rapid mover; someone who scrambles
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Not exactly known as a scrambler, the 6-6 Mallett also carries the ball five times for 22 yards.
s known as a scrambler, but instead of pulling the ball down and running, he scrambles with his eyes downfield to make a big play.
The White House aims to fix that, too, by persuading businesses to install a standard encoding device, or "scrambler," into every computer and telephone made in America.
"scrambler" eggs on motorbikes and a pair of toothbrushes vying for the affection of a set of false teeth, the skits are joyously daft 30-second bursts of cartoonish tomfoolery.
"scrambler" idea on the front page of "The Foxworthy," the high school newsletter, which was mailed to homes.
For more on the book series, including a description of the first book, the mysterious author who uses a “voice scrambler” to communicate with his editor and agent, and screenwriter Alex Tse, hit the jump.
He lacked the cannon arm that Brett Favre and Jeff George had, and he wasn't as prolific a scrambler as Steve Young, but clubs had to respect his ability to beat them with his legs.
She is a classic scrambler, a player who gets to almost everything and doesn't hit with overpowering pace—until she absolutely has to.
Like Mr. Nadal, Mr. Djokovic is a modern hybrid of two kinds of player: the slugger (think Andre Agassi) and the scrambler (Michael Chang).
Former Denver quarterback John Elway, who was himself a scrambler, also paid for it.