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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishscrappyscrap‧py /ˈskræpi/ adjective  1 UNTIDY British English untidy or badly organized scrappy notes from the meeting2 American English informalFIGHT having a determined character and always willing to compete, argue, or fight a scrappy team that plays hard
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scrappyThe final chapter is no more than a scrappy addition with rather a lot of photographs of by now familiar faces from November 1989.Though when he thought of his scrappy essay he quaked rather.Small and scrappy institutions will fold.This scrappy little software company has decided to take on the market leader.After a scrappy opening, Haslemere took the lead when James Simpson fired in a rebound.
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