Scuffed sentence examples

  • Corners scuffed, cloth nicked at head of spine, armorial bookplate, good.

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  • He was wearing a green jerkin over scuffed leather armor.

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  • His scuffed shot fell to Plummer, who could only slide the ball wide of the post.

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  • You may have a crumpled shirt or scuffed shoes.

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  • But with the hard part done, he then scuffed a feeble effort back into the grateful Elgin man 's hands.

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  • Corners scuffed, light mark on rear board, spine lightly sunned, very good.

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  • Lightly soiled, a trifle scuffed on extremities, some light foxing, otherwise very good.

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  • Lightly scuffed, a trifle darkened on spine, undated inscription on front free endpaper, good.

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  • They do not wash easily, so if walls are likely to be scuffed, a flat finish might not be the best choice.

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  • The last thing you want is to ruin the look with dull, scuffed dress shoes.

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  • It won't matter if it is discolored or scuffed because no one will see that when your project is finished.

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  • 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.

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  • You wouldn't want that screen to get scuffed or the body to get scratched, now would you?

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  • Footwear: A pair of oxfords or loafers will be well suited for the scalawag especially if they are discolored, scuffed and holy.

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  • She has a driver, a coat with a fur-collar, and her perky patent pumps are never scuffed.

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  • Scuffed and scratched leather can sometimes be camouflaged with leather polish.

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  • There's not a less attractive pair of shoes than scuffed up white shoes.

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  • 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.

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  • Be sure to avoid stepping outside; if the soles are scuffed, the store will generally not allow a return or exchange.

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  • If you have a pair of scuffed up heels and some old CDs, you can create shiny prom shoes using this Seventeen tutorial.

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  • Murray provided excellent entertainment as he went sideways, scuffed the wing and filled the bumper with mud.

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  • Then in the 35th minute he took advantage of a scuffed clearance by Oakes and slotted the ball home past the Wolves goalie.

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  • He had faded denim jeans on over scuffed, fawn cowboy boots and a plain, white cotton shirt.

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  • Things might have been different had full debutant Jonathan Keaveny not scuffed his shot wide having rounded Marlon Beresford.

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  • Corners scuffed, front free endpaper tipped in, a few light marks, very good.

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  • scuffed shot fell to Plummer, who could only slide the ball wide of the post.

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  • scuffed shoes.

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  • scuffed a feeble effort back into the grateful Elgin man's hands.

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  • scuffed, light mark on rear board, spine lightly sunned, very good.

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  • scuffed on extremities, some light foxing, otherwise very good.

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  • lightly scuffed, a trifle darkened on spine, undated inscription on front free endpaper, good.

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  • The second was more like Kav, badly scuffed along the floor.

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  • The £ 6m signing was played through on the right of the area and slightly scuffed his right-footed shot across goal.

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