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Scrabble in a sentence

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Sentence count:61+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-21Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: crabbyscrambleunscramblerabbitbubblequibblegobble upscrawlMeaning: ['skræbl]  n. 1. an aimless drawing 2. a board game in which words are formed from letters in patterns similar to a crossword puzzle; each letter has a value and those values are used to score the game. v. 1. feel searchingly 2. write down quickly without much attention to detail. 
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(1) His favourite recreations are golf and playing Scrabble.
(2) Your mother's a wizard at Scrabble.
(3) The climber scrabble about widely for a handhold.
(4) She always wins at Scrabble.
(5) Expect Siberian Scrabble next, the coolest game of all.
(6) Ruth and I played a spiritless game of Scrabble.
(7) They began frantically to scrabble in the stone and dust.
(8) His fingers began to scrabble at the coarse edge of the steel plate.
(9) Popular games normally are: whist, rummy, scrabble, draughts, dominoes or poker.
(10) In the quieter moments Scrabble might be the order of the day.
(11) The three of them playing Scrabble on the floor of the lounge.
(12) He saw Mariana scrabble at the grass, desperate for purchase.
(13) We had a game of Scrabble that seemed to go on forever.
(14) Flames belch from the wreckage, degenerate human beings scrabble for survival[], the screen is dark and the aspect brooding.
(15) In Scrabble you score points by making words on the board.
(16) You would still need to take some Travel Scrabble to make the walk more interesting.
(17) Scrabble is still the best seller and there's no sign of the Trivial Pursuit bubble bursting either.
(18) As Meg appeared, Scrabble whisked into his hole.
(19) We play a lot of Scrabble.
(20) Its birth indicates the new endeavor to scrabble for the right of discourse on China's international issue.
(21) This territorial reformation never degenerated into a scrabble for land.
(22) You get a six-month contract, and then you have to scrabble around for the next job.
(23) For a couple of hours they played a listless game of Scrabble in front of the fireplace.
(24) The patient with mild speech and comprehension problems may enjoy playing Scrabble itself.
(25) Perhaps you're less well-prepared, with fewer resources and had to scrabble around to find your college place through Clearing?
(26) Back at the Agra Hotel we ordered coffee to warm up and started a game of Scrabble.
(27) Surveying the results of her handiwork, she stayed only long enough to see him scrabble for the safety of the bank.
(28) The inlaid chequerboard top of the coffee table houses all kind of games, including backgammon, chess and Scrabble.
(29) The conc eption of PRI is introduced to harmonize the conflict among function models, w hi ch scrabble for the right to send data by network.
(30) On the other hand , we share tea, lunch out, Coronation Street and Scrabble.
More similar words: crabbyscrambleunscramblerabbitbubblequibblegobble upscrawlscratchscrawledparablebearableadorablecomparablemiserablefavorableendurablepreferablevulnerableunfavorableconsiderabletransferableinscrutableabbotabbreviatesabbaticalabbreviationflabbergastedgrabArab
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