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Past tense for to make a long, narrow superficial wound or mark on a surface, especially skin
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“He has to wear tights on his legs and long sleeves on his arms on a hot Missouri day so he doesn't scratch himself.”
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Past tense for to scrape or wear away by friction
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“I washed my car with the rough side of a Scotch-Brite scrub. I didn't realize it would scratch my car so badly!”
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Past tense for to tear or dig with the nails or claws
“The bizarre walking brain was making a feeble attempt to scratch at him with its claws but with no effect on the heavy armor.”
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Past tense for to cancel or strike out (writing) with a pen or pencil
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“He decided to scratched the notes he had made and began to write new ones.”
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Past tense for to draw or scribble (something), especially aimlessly
“I plan to scratch up some notes and update the documents with them soon.”
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Past tense for to decide or announce that (a planned event) will not take place
“Under substantial pressure from her fan base, DiFranco decided to scratch the event altogether.”
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Past tense for to withdraw (someone) from a competition or group
“The team will scratch him from the lineup and allow him time to recover from his injury.”
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Past tense for to puncture or pierce with a sharp, pointed object
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Past tense for to make (a groove, hole, or indentation) with, or as if with, a gouge
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Past tense for to bring or come to an end, typically in an abrupt fashion
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Past tense for to abandon or discontinue (a course of action or study)
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Past tense for withdraw
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Past tense for slam
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Past tense for to make rough or coarse
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Past tense for to give an appearance of age to, especially a new object
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Past tense for make legally null and void
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Past tense for to obtain with difficulty or effort, especially one's livelihood
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Past tense for to allow to be used by someone temporarily, on condition that it or its equivalent will be returned
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Past tense for to be the site of or cause an itch
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Past tense for to stroke or touch, especially in a manner that causes laughter and twitching
Adjective
Flawed, broken, or sustaining some form of damage
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Adjective
Carved
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Having a surface marked by pits
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Chafed or bruised, especially of skin
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Having been written in a rapid and sloppy manner
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