[ UK /skɹˈʌm/ ]
  1. (rugby) the method of beginning play in which the forwards of each team crouch side by side with locked arms; play starts when the ball is thrown in between them and the two sides compete for possession
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How To Use scrum In A Sentence

  • I was kneeling on the floor beneath his feet and nearly got trampled to death in the scrum.
  • Former Springbok hooker Shaun Povey and scrumming expert Dougie Heymans have also arrived at the camp to assist coaching staff in preparing the forwards.
  • And, despite some stout defence, a feature of York's game this season, they were unable to prevent scrum half Duffy from scoring from short range.
  • The Buttery in Glasgow will be especially missed - all warm glows and scrumptious food.
  • If league want to continue with the scrums let them watch Union scrums or speak to the players of the 50s or 60s how to pack and play a scrum.
  • The scrum-half made several telling breaks to earn the Man-of-the-Match award.
  • Annmarie, the cake looks scrump and I like your detour with cherries. The Daring Bakers: Perfect Party Cake
  • His playing career was curtailed after he injured his neck when a scrum collapsed in 1980 but that did not end his involvement with rugby. Times, Sunday Times
  • The identity of the scrum coach is one key appointment that remains unknown. Times, Sunday Times
  • The jalfrezi is a scrumptious curry that originates from the ancient Mogul era of India. WalesOnline - Home
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