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scrubland | scrubs | scrubstone | scruff | scruffy | scrum | scrummage | scrumptious | scrumptiously | scrumpy | scrunch

scrum

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Noun, Verb (usu participle)

OXFORD DICTIONARY

scrum, n.
1 Rugby Football an arrangement of the forwards of each team in two opposing groups, each with arms interlocked and heads down, with the ball thrown in between them to restart play.
2 colloq. a milling crowd.

Idiom
scrum-half a half-back who puts the ball into the scrum.
Etymology
abbr. of SCRUMMAGE

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