Definition of "scuttling" [scuttling]

  • Present participle of scuttle. (verb)

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Use "scuttling" in a sentence
  • "But being seen hoping for economic catastrophe is also politically risky, so the only recourse is to lie like a truckload of Persian Carpets about what they are trying to do in scuttling effective economic policy. zic Says:"
  • "Hayley cringed at the idea of scuttling around for a second time, in an even more difficult airport."
  • "Grabbing the bare necessities (a couple of pistols, a few Uzi submachine guns, a rocket-propelled grenade launcher and a lot of spare ammunition) I rolled off the bed onto the floor with the idea of scuttling into the closet to cringe in a defensive posture, bristling with weapons, making my enemies stop and think before killing me, giving me, I figure, a additional three more seconds to live!"
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