- scrimmagescrimmagedscrimmagesyn y sgrym
Noun(1) (American football(2) a noisy riotous fight
Verb(1) practice playing (a sport
(1) Michigan was called for pass interference in the first play from scrimmage(2) On a play from scrimmage , if an offensive player fumbles anywhere on the field during fourth down, only the fumbling player is permitted to recover and/or advance the ball.(3) there was a considerable scrimmage, with people anxious to obtain cabs(4) Any kick from scrimmage must be made from behind the line to be legal.(5) Later in the series, the next offense had a little bit better luck as the freshman running back gained 17 yards on the first play from scrimmage .(6) I recommended that we be able to scrimmage against other schools during the spring(7) Owners decided that coaches would fill the additional schedule time produced by the elimination of two preseason games with additional intrasquad scrimmages .(8) She plays the show-biz game like a true scrimmager , dodging, scrambling and tackling much bigger obstacles.(9) Kansas City's offensive line, nearing a record for most consecutive starts as a group, destroyed Minnesota's front seven during two days of scrimmages in August.(10) Of course, it never helps to sprain an ankle halfway through by stepping on someone else's foot scrimmaging , and then continue to run on it├ö├ç┬¬(11) And they were not able to make any scrimmages with any of our fighters in the city.(12) She was basically her rival on the soccer field when it came to scrimmaging because they always went at it.(13) He has been declared healthy for the 2003 season, although the Badgers are holding him out of scrimmages as a precaution.(14) Leading up to the season, the team has played a number of short scrimmages against local colleges.(15) Varsity soccer teams will practice on the turf, saving the grass competition fields for games and scrimmages .(16) After that, he scrimmages before finishing with ten minutes of stretching.
1. fight ::
2. tussle ::
3. brawl ::
4. struggle ::
5. fracas ::
6. free-for-all ::
rhad ac am ddim-am-holl
7. rough-and-tumble ::
8. scrap ::
9. set-to ::
10. scrum ::
11. roughhouse ::
Different Formsscrimmage, scrimmaged, scrimmages, scrimmaging
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