from The Century Dictionary.
- In a scrambling or haphazard manner.
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- adverb With a
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Though really, to be fair, it wasn't by any stretch of the imagination as all-fired, full-throttle, skull-scramblingly bad as I'd hoped.
For some time, however, Alexander gingerly and scramblingly led the way.
Hopefully the boy extended the package -- to have it snatched from his hand, scramblingly emptied, and the box flipped ceilingward.
He shouted to Ainley, who hurried scramblingly over a heap of the obstructing logs, and who, after one look at that which the Indian had retrieved, stood there shaking like wind-stricken corn; his face white and ghastly, his eyes full of agony.
For a mile or more, so thick was the underwood, we walked in the bed of the stream; now freely, where it was smooth-spread sand, and now where it narrowed and deepened among rocks, scramblingly and with many a splashing stumble.
This week’s movie so bold, so unusual, so mind-scramblingly brilliant it stands as a true original, a risky, daring, one-of-a-kind gambit Hollywood would never try today!