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scrabble to grab for something in a disorganized or frantic fashion, with or as if with the hands or claws. [4 definitions]
scrabbly having or producing a scratchy sound. [2 definitions]
scrag a person or thing that is scrawny, stunted, or meager. [2 definitions]
scraggly uneven or unkempt; ragged.
scraggy thin or scrawny. [2 definitions]
scram1 (informal) to get out; go away immediately.
scram2 to stop the operation of (a nuclear power plant) because of an emergency such as a radiation leak. [2 definitions]
scramble to move hastily, esp. using both hands and feet to maintain one's balance or pull oneself along, as if on an incline or irregular ground. [10 definitions]
scrap1 a small bit or fragment, esp. a leftover or discarded piece. [6 definitions]
scrap2 (informal) a fight, esp. a physical fight; scuffle. [2 definitions]
scrapbook an album for saving photographs, newspaper clippings, and the like.
scrape to rub the surface of with something sharp or abrasive, as for cleaning or removing material. [13 definitions]
scraper any of numerous tools that are used for scraping.
scrapheap a pile of useless material, esp. rusted metal.
scraping the act of one that scrapes. [3 definitions]
scrap iron discarded objects or remnants of iron, to be remelted or reworked.
scrapple cornmeal mush mixed with pork scraps, dried in a roll or loaf, then sliced, fried, and served as a breakfast sausage.
scrappy1 consisting of bits and pieces; fragmentary, disconnected, or raggedy.
scrappy2 (informal) easily incited to fight or argue; combative; quarrelsome. [2 definitions]
scratch to mark or damage the surface of by scraping with or against something sharp. [22 definitions]
scratchboard a piece of cardboard that is covered with hard white clay or chalk and coated with ink, upon which line drawings can be made by scratching the ink to reveal the glossy white surface.