scratch out

VERB
  1. strike or cancel by or as if by rubbing or crossing out
    scratch out my name on that list
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How To Use scratch out In A Sentence

  • In fact, one of the things I ask the salespeople in my classes to do is to take out their business card, scratch out whatever title is on it, and write in CEO.
  • Hendley held out hope the rest of the night that the Cubs might scratch out a run, but saw those hopes diminish rapidly as Koufax got stronger and stronger.
  • Oldham continue to scratch out wins - can they keep it going all season or will their luck change?
  • Gamall: You scratch out glyphs and think you have them?
  • It's easier to edit - to scratch out a word is easier than backspacing over it.
  • They love to crunch numbers and scratch out mock drafts on legal pads at work.
  • Since my pocketbook is not penalized I´m personally pleased but feel sorry for my compatriots who are trying to scratch out a living. Tourism in Southern Mexico
  • The Mariners and the Tigers scratch out their runs with bunts, strings of hits and a willingness to move the runners.
  • Residents scratch out a living amid blocks of abandoned, boarded up, burned-out row houses and vacant warehouses.
  • scratch out my name on that list
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