scramble

Part of speech: noun

SCRAMBLER.

Part of speech: verb

To prepare hastily.

Part of speech: verb

To clamber with hands and feet; struggle up or along.

Part of speech: noun

The act of scrambling; any disorderly performance.

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Usage examples "scramble":

  1. I have got to admire Dumas doubly since that fight and scramble for his brains in Paris. - "The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1 of 2)", Frederic G. Kenyon.
  2. Of course I will, though it's a terribly old one I keep for scramble walks. - "The Head Girl at the Gables", Angela Brazil.
  3. Big boys always toss little fellows into the middle of the pool and make 'em scramble back- they always do it right off. - "Blue Bonnet's Ranch Party", C. E. Jacobs Edyth Ellerbeck Read.