How to use Scuppered in a sentence

scuppered
  • Even if the very person training him was the same man who slashed the tool kit and nearly scuppered his qualification dive.

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  • These included being knocked out, also scuppered, but " scuppered " means killed and so does " knocked out " .

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  • We usually go to Church on Christmas Day, but the late start rather scuppered it this year.

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  • Even if they can provide the power to move the airship, the whole project could be scuppered by the British weather.

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  • This trial has been scuppered by the fact that Network Rail has increased the pathing charge by 40% for electric services.

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  • These included being knocked out, also scuppered, but " scuppered " means killed and so does " knocked out ".

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  • Our plans for a bike ride were well and truly scuppered when the snow fell for about 10 continuous hours.

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  • I 'm not sure whether marketing presumed their names would carry the film alone or bad word-of-mouth scuppered their release plans.

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  • If Andretti had driven a few hundredths of a second faster and got pole he would have been scuppered.

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