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  • adj. Not having been scuffed.


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un- +‎ scuffed


  • There in the back of the drawer, stashed behind the pencils, paper clips, and rubber bands, are the luggage tags—pristine, unscuffed, never used.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: New Moms

  • The rubberized floor is unscuffed by skates, the walls unmarked by stick blades.

    The Empty Arena

  • Not least of all because it's on the campus of James Madison High School, a brand spanking new facility on East 172nd Street where the linoleum remains unscuffed and each classroom has the same high-end equipment, such as smart boards, that you'd find in private schools charging $35,000 a year.

    Lights, Camera, High School

  • They all looked so foreign on the farm, in their clean civilian clothes, my sister-in-law, the pharmaceutical sales rep, wearing smart matching outfits in primary colors, unscuffed flats.

    The Dirty Life

  • I implored him, surely he can see they were barely worn - the soles practically unscuffed and the price tag still gleaming white and attached to the bottom of the shoe.

    Liz Black: Boycott Forever 21

  • A nice bag and unscuffed shoes that actually fit help.

    Follow the Model

  • Our honorary Rollergirls shrieked in mock fear as they fell onto their unscuffed knee pads and gamely tried a whip.


  • What they don’t have are unscuffed, tailor-made boots with embossed insignias; they don’t swagger, aren’t bullies, and try not to start brawls they can’t win.

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Buyer's Remorse for Bush

  • He wore unscuffed shoes instead of sandals, freshly pressed trousers, and somewhat incongruously, a florid Hawaiian shirt.

    Impossible Places

  • Their shirts are ironed, they carry unscuffed leather attache cases, they're infinitely earnest and they look like they work for Prudential-Bache and Kidder-Peabody.



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