verb (used with object), scrab·bled, scrab·bling.
verb (used without object), scrab·bled, scrab·bling.
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Origin of scrabble
OTHER WORDS FROM scrabblescrabbler, noun
Words nearby scrabble
Definition for scrabble (2 of 2)
Example sentences from the Web for scrabble
It does however fit on a Super Scrabble board, which is twice the size and played with twice the number of tiles.
Note: Unusual words that are playable in Scrabble appear in this article in boldface.
So just how much time have we spent engaged with the Scrabble-like word game?‘Selfie’ Has Been Played 18,000 Times on Words With Friends|Kevin Fallon|October 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The book came out 30 years ago, and the film was an even bigger flop than that after-school Scrabble club you tried to start.
Wake up, walk dog, play a little online Scrabble, start to work.
Down would go the chained hands to scrabble in the grass for it, and then the picking would go on again.The Escape of Mr. Trimm|Irvin S. Cobb
There used to be a very messy, rocky desert here, and we used to have to scrabble and scratch our way to the monument.The Colors of Space|Marion Zimmer Bradley
At this mention of him she reached forward and began to scrabble things hastily into the trunk.Mary Ware's Promised Land|Annie Fellows Johnston
I inclose with this the pages of feeble scribble-scrabble which the creature Sharpin calls a report.
I say it not in envy, but with the awe of one who has had to scrabble and who sees endless scrabbling ahead.Jewel Weed|Alice Ames Winter