a slipper that has no fitting around the heel
the act of scuffing (scraping or dragging the feet)
walk without lifting the feet
get or become scuffed;
"These patent leather shoes scuffed"
mar by scuffing;
poke at with the foot or toe
- I scuff the heel of my boot on the step.
- I scuffed the heel of my boot on the step.
- She scuffed past in her mother's slippers.
- If you scuff (your feet) like that, you'll wear the heels out.
The soft scuff of bare feet on the dusty road.出自： G. Durrell
A thousand scuffs and scratches in the shabby wood and leather.出自： B. Lecomber
The speedboat scuffed the Montecito's ancient sides.出自： R. Chandler
Sitting on a low nursery chair..scuffing the heels of his new school shoes.出自： N. Lowndes