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Definition of "scuttled" [scuttled]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of scuttle. (verb)

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Use "scuttled" in a sentence
  • "It is disappointing to see the idea scuttled now when we need it more than ever. gerrymandering is to blame for the nation's woes."
  • "(HuffPo keeps foolishly running a headline about how Republicans are denying that she might be scuttled, which is kind of like the old saw about somebody denying that he hits his wife.)"
  • "President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt, one of the few Arab nations with diplomatic ties with Israel, said Monday that Mr. Netanyahu's words "scuttled" chances to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict."
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