Scuffed in a sentence
Definition of Scuffed Referring to something that has been scratched or marked by contact with another object. | past participle of scuff
Short Example Sentence for Scuffed
- 1. Christopher scuffed along slowly, munching a biscuit.
How to use Scuffed in a Sentence?
- 1. Spence went on to saddle his horse, whistling as he scuffed through the low sage.
- 2. The floor of the bar was a dirty plastic-metal alloy, already scuffed and in places bloodstained.
- 3. As the mare scuffed off down the road, amid a cloud of dust, Lucy entered the store.
- 4. Reuben found and scuffed out the line of tracks where the gobbler had walked out from under the trees into calamity.
- 5. Raf could see nothing to so rivet their attention but a series of scuffed marks in the dust which covered the floor.
- 6. He scuffed at the bark on the corral pole with his foot and thought sourly of the rot he had read about love begetting love.
- 7. Father looked at the brown bruise and the scuffed knuckles critically, while mother held him with her face against his hair.
- 8. She made no outcry as she saved herself from a fall, but her shoes scuffed noisily and her body thudded heavily against the wall.
- 9. The wood was smokily still, and we scuffed great heaps of the leaves together as we walked about pretending to look for the others.
- 10. The leather bindings were scuffed and one was scored clear across the back, yet they had been handsome, undoubtedly treasured.
- 11. That was no accident; the mark where a great blade had sheared into the overhang was plain to read, even if it had not been for the scuffed over vestiges of caterpillar tracks round about.