scrambling

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Verb[edit]

scrambling

  1. Present participle of scramble.
    The Air Force is scrambling the fighter jets.
    When you start scrambling eggs, look first for tiny pieces of eggshell that might have fallen in.

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Noun[edit]

scrambling (plural scramblings)

  1. An act of scrambling.
    The scrambling of the message made it harder to decode.

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Adjective[edit]

scrambling (comparative more scrambling, superlative most scrambling)

  1. Confused and irregular; awkward; scambling.
    • Sir Walter Scott
      A huge old scrambling bedroom.