Scuffed Sentence Examples
Corners scuffed, cloth nicked at head of spine, armorial bookplate, good.
He was wearing a green jerkin over scuffed leather armor.
His scuffed shot fell to Plummer, who could only slide the ball wide of the post.
You may have a crumpled shirt or scuffed shoes.
But with the hard part done, he then scuffed a feeble effort back into the grateful Elgin man 's hands.Advertisement
Corners scuffed, light mark on rear board, spine lightly sunned, very good.
Lightly soiled, a trifle scuffed on extremities, some light foxing, otherwise very good.
Lightly scuffed, a trifle darkened on spine, undated inscription on front free endpaper, good.
They do not wash easily, so if walls are likely to be scuffed, a flat finish might not be the best choice.
The last thing you want is to ruin the look with dull, scuffed dress shoes.Advertisement
It won't matter if it is discolored or scuffed because no one will see that when your project is finished.
Make sure that your belt and shoes look clean, rather than scuffed and faded no matter which version of business casual your office calls for.
You wouldn't want that screen to get scuffed or the body to get scratched, now would you?
She has a driver, a coat with a fur-collar, and her perky patent pumps are never scuffed.
Scuffed and scratched leather can sometimes be camouflaged with leather polish.Advertisement
There's not a less attractive pair of shoes than scuffed up white shoes.
Don't purchase them too far in advance, though, because you don't want to give them many opportunities to get scuffed up or ruined.
Be sure to avoid stepping outside; if the soles are scuffed, the store will generally not allow a return or exchange.
If you have a pair of scuffed up heels and some old CDs, you can create shiny prom shoes using this Seventeen tutorial.
Murray provided excellent entertainment as he went sideways, scuffed the wing and filled the bumper with mud.Advertisement
Then in the 35th minute he took advantage of a scuffed clearance by Oakes and slotted the ball home past the Wolves goalie.
He had faded denim jeans on over scuffed, fawn cowboy boots and a plain, white cotton shirt.
Things might have been different had full debutant Jonathan Keaveny not scuffed his shot wide having rounded Marlon Beresford.
Corners scuffed, front free endpaper tipped in, a few light marks, very good.
The second was more like Kav, badly scuffed along the floor.Advertisement
The £ 6m signing was played through on the right of the area and slightly scuffed his right-footed shot across goal.