Referring to something that has been scratched or marked by contact with another object (adjective)
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Use "scuffed" in a sentence
"To make his point, Webb campaigns in scuffed combat boots."
"Sen. George Allen (R-VA) is running for re-election using the same tactics that worked for another George: portraying himself as a cowboy who stands -- in scuffed cowboy boots -- for "American values.""
"In Adelaide the dryness of the surface may prompt more reverse swing when the ball becomes expertly scuffed, which is why the possibility of Ajmal Shahzad being employed there has been highlighted."