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Sentence count:24+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-11Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: youngestungroundedround and roundlungeplungehungeryoungpungentMeaning: [skraʊndʒ]  v. 1. collect or look around for (food) 2. obtain or seek to obtain by cadging or wheedling. 
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1) I managed to scrounge some money off my dad.
2) Williams had to scrounge enough money to get his car out of the car park.
3) Leroy would scrounge around for old car parts.
4) That brother of yours is always on the scrounge.
5) Don't scrounge my pen without my allowance!
6) Can I scrounge a cigarette from you?
7) If you're on the scrounge again, I've no money.
8) I managed to scrounge the materials to build a shed.
9) She's always on the scrounge for cigarettes. Why doesn't she buy her own?
10) Homeless children scrounge for spare change, and newspapers carry ads from people offering their kidneys for cash.
11) We managed to scrounge some cigarettes because we had no money left.
12) They scrounge wiring, plasterboard, wood, all kinds of building materials from local firms and are rebuilding the charred structure.
13) Can you scrounge up some new furniture?
14) The station director had to scrounge some records.
15) Can I scrounge a cigarette off you?
16) I will carry no more. You may scrounge what I have dropped upon the ground.
17) The government did not give them money, forcing them to scrounge for food.
18) Alcoholics are mocked and tormented when they can not scrounge the kopek needed for their next drink.
19) We proceeded to send some one to Saigon to scrounge up building materials.
20) When I was a kid I never had enough money for the bus,[] so I had to scrounge.
21) He was sleeping under old houses and eating what little he could scrounge.
22) She has a job now, but still goes back to her parents'house to scrounge food.
23) She couldn't hold a job. We'd been forced to scrounge for food in dumpsters.
24) A handful of displaced residents were allowed in to scrounge through rubble for their belongings.
More similar words: youngestungroundedround and roundlungeplungehungeryoungpungentexpungedungeonscrollpungencyyoung manyoungstera young manwith youngtake the plungecrouchcrouchingludicrousroundgroundarounddangerousround upgroundsround offall roundcome roundsurround
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