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scuffed

[ skuhft ]
/ skʌft /
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Definition of scuffed

adjective
marred or scratched by scraping or hard use: He had on a worn-out old coat, workman's pants, and scuffed boots.Close to the trunk of the car he found scuffed tracks that looked to have been made by small, thin-soled shoes.I looked under the bed and pulled out a scuffed suitcase with frayed cardboard corners.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of scuff.
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Origin of scuffed

OTHER WORDS FROM scuffed

un·scuffed, adjective
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