scramble


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Synonyms for scramble

Synonyms for scramble

to move or climb hurriedly, especially on all fours

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to put into total disorder

to mix together so as to change the order of arrangement

Synonyms for scramble

an unceremonious and disorganized struggle

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rushing about hastily in an undignified way

to move hurriedly

climb awkwardly, as if by scrambling

bring into random order

make unintelligible

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References in periodicals archive ?
Santa Scramble is an obstacle course which sees participants climbing, jumping and crawling through mud, all while wearing a Santa suit.
EZ Scramble is designed for people who love breakfast, but don't have time to waste waiting for stovetops to heat up and dealing with messy cleanup.
Moving back to the solution to the touchscreen PIN problem, the team working on CyanogenMod OS has come up with a fix that scrambles the digits on the device's keyboard, according to (http://www.
For those unfamiliar with the term, a golf scramble is a unique group format played during golf tournaments.
And there will be no bunnies at this year's scramble, Riding Club President Kelli Fisher said.
A rider for the Vagabonds Club, Bentham won both the Yorkshire Scramble - and with it the Speedster Trophy - and the Huddersfield Scramble riding an Ariel 500cc bike.
Moreover, "it is against company policy to scramble Egyptian channels," as this is a violation of international laws.
A commonly overlooked yet potentially devastating aspect of defensing an opponent's passing game is defensive reaction to a quarterback scramble.
But even with the scramble suit visual, ``Scanner Darkly'' is not movie material.
When you're at a loss over what to make, just crack, beat, scramble and you've got a meal pronto.
Router products running certain versions of specially written IP Version 6 packets can be affected by the IP design flaw as malicious hackers can compromise routers to stop, redirect and scramble network traffic.
Works presented included Hay's Exit (1995), Steve Paxton's pedestrian paean Satisfyin Lover (1967), David Gordon's processional Overture to "The Matter" (1979), Simone Forti's task-driven Scramble (1970) and her organic Huddle (1961).
Addressing the problem of "signal bleed," which can cause scrambled channels to appear clearly on a non-subscriber's television set, Congress ordered cable TV operators to fully scramble or block any channel that is primarily dedicated to sexually oriented programming.
There was only one scramble against North Korean planes, in late March, when destroyers of Japan's Maritime Self-Defense Force pursued two suspected North Korean spy boats which intruded into Japanese territorial waters in the Sea of Japan, the office said.
To look at this bucolic scene, one would never suspect the scramble within this wine world as it shakes off the past and runs to catch tomorrow.