scrappiness

[ UK /skɹˈæpɪnəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. the trait of being scrappy and pugnacious
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How To Use scrappiness In A Sentence

  • They played with control and flair in the first half, while the second half was imbued with indiscipline and scrappiness.
  • They played with control and flair in the first half, while the second half was imbued with indiscipline and scrappiness.
  • If there had been collective culpability for that scrappiness, there were glints of individual excellence to raise the curtain on the second half.
  • Their opening goal typified the game in its scrappiness, before it sparked into life after the leveller.
  • An air of scrappiness hangs over the book; non-stop references to TV will make the book look so dated in five years.
  • Scrappiness in both camps was keeping the supporters on the edge of their seats for all the wrong reasons.
  • There's a scrappiness to the place that refined tastes might find disagreeable.
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