scrimmage

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To have, or be involved in, a scrimmage

We scrimmaged a few times and then settled into boring drills.

A rough fight
In some team sports, especially soccer, a practice game which does not count on a team's record
In American football or Canadian football, a play that begins with a snap from the center while opposing teams are on either side of a line of scrimmage
(American football) practice play between a football team's squads
{f} scuffle, quarrel; engage in a minor fight or battle; play a practice game (Sports)
a noisy riotous fight
in some team sports, especially soccer, a practice game which does not count on a teams record
(American football) practice play between a football team's squads practice playing (a sport)
Formerly, a skirmish; now, a general row or confused fight or struggle
see: play from scrimmage
Another term for a practice game
The struggle in the rush lines after the ball is put in play
The contest between two opposing teams that begins at the time the ball is snapped until it is out of play; also, a practice game, often between teams formed from the same squad of players
The action between two teams, starting when the ball is snapped
practice playing (a sport)
{i} quarrel, scuffle; fight, minor battle; practice game, game that does not officially count in a team's record of wins and losses (Sports); one complete play, play that begins with the snap and ends when the ball is downed (Football)
scrimmage line
line parallel to the goal lines where football linesmen line up at the start of each play in American football; "the runner was tackled at the line of scrimmage
line of scrimmage
Either of two imaginary lines across the football field touching one of the two apices of the football which point toward either the defensive side or the offensive side before the center is allowed to touch the ball before each play
offensive line of scrimmage
offensive line
offensive line of scrimmage
the scrimmage line on the offensive side of the football field
line of scrimmage
Either of two imaginary lines extending across the field parallel to the goal line at the ends of the ball as it rests prior to being snapped and at which each team lines up for a new play. a line in American football where the ball is placed at the beginning of a period of play
scrimmage