[ UK /skɹˈæpi/ ]
[ US /ˈskɹæpi/ ]
  1. full of fighting spirit
    a scrappy admiral
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How To Use scrappy In A Sentence

  • The final chapter is no more than a scrappy addition.
  • The possibility that this scrappy specimen has also undergone very significant deformation should be considered.
  • After a scrappy start, both teams settled down with York producing a series of incisive moves, all of which collapsed either at the whistle of the referee or their own indiscretions.
  • I'm afraid your last essay was a very scrappy piece of work.
  • The appealing fragments are short and scrappy, the unappealing prose verbose and sometimes impenetrable.
  • Like all diaries, it reflects the mood of the diarist and hence is scrappy, which in turns becomes waspish, gentle, melancholy, flirtatious and always directed by the seasons, scents, gardens and clothes.
  • The second half was again scrappy and Farncombe's winner came after a goalmouth scramble.
  • Though she and Lanthe had no battle sorcery, they both were scrappy and had become fair swordswomen. Kiss of a Demon King
  • Still in control their concentration wavered to the point that the game became scrappy and disjointed.
  • But unlike the scrappy miners who used picks and shovels to chisel away at the massive, underground pocket of silver and gold known as the Comstock Lode, the company's plans are for open pit mining. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
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