- to brush against, as in passing.
- to brush off; wipe off.
Origin of scuff
How to use scuff in a sentence
The alien was outlined there as he went out; then he himself was scuffing through sand close upon another death scene.Star Born|Andre Norton
Above the beating of the blood in his ears, Jones heard an irregular, insistent scuffing sound.Average Jones|Samuel Hopkins Adams
Shrieks and scuffing acquainted those without that the journeymen were earning their hire.Following the Equator, Part 6|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
When they came to a stop Ruth tumbled out first, then the Judge and his lady followed, scuffing along as best they could.The House With Sixty Closets|Frank Samuel Child
I got six huskies running loose outside, so if you hear 'em scuffing around you'll know it's not the wolves.North of Fifty-Three|Bertrand W. Sinclair