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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of scuffle.

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Examples

  • Groulx and the assailant "scuffled" for several minutes, and Groulx suffered a bloody knee and a bruised torso, he said, adding that he began punching and kicking back when he realized the man was unarmed.

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  • Edward Celmins, 25, crushed the life out of 46-year-old Karl Celmins when they "scuffled" at the older man's flat in Morton after an afternoon drinking.

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  • Edward Celmins, 25, crushed the life out of 46-year-old Karl Celmins when they "scuffled" at the older man's flat in Morton after an afternoon spent drinking.

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  • Edward Celmins, 25, crushed the life out of 46-year-old Karl Celmins when they "scuffled" at the older man's flat in Morton after an afternoon drinking.

    News round-up

  • Edward Celmins, 25, crushed the life out of 46-year-old Karl Celmins when they "scuffled" at the older man's flat in Morton after an afternoon drinking.

    News round-up

  • Edward Celmins, 25, crushed the life out of 46-year-old Karl Celmins when they "scuffled" at the older man's flat in Morton after an afternoon drinking.

    News round-up

  • Edward Celmins, 25, crushed the life out of 46-year-old Karl Celmins when they "scuffled" at the older man's flat in Morton after an afternoon drinking.

    News round-up

  • Edward Celmins, 25, crushed the life out of 46-year-old Karl Celmins when they "scuffled" at the older man's flat in Morton after an afternoon drinking.

    News round-up

  • Edward Celmins, 25, crushed the life out of 46-year-old Karl Celmins when they "scuffled" at the older man's flat in Morton after an afternoon drinking.

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  • As they scuffled, a foot struck the lantern, pushing it perilously close to the edge.

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