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Phonetic Respelling: [ skram-buhl ]

Definition: Play

n. and v. 1 to move quickly using both the hands and feet; 2 to try hard to gain something; 3 to mix together in a quick way

Sentence: Play Play

We had to scramble to make it to the train on time.

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We had to scramble to make it to the train on time.

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Why did Peter decide to scramble something new?

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Where did Huggly and Grubble scramble to when playing Hide-and-Seek?

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What did Mouse scramble into?

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The miners had to scramble along the mighty river and its many tributaries. What does 'tributary' mean?

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The race ended in a climactic scramble for the finish line.

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What did Rosie scramble up onto in the creek?

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Synonyms: Play

mix-up;confusion; clutter; commotion

Antonyms: Play

order; organization

How many syllables in scramble?

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