Adjective: scrambled skram-buld
Verb: scramble skram-bul
- Thrown together in a disorderly fashion
"a scrambled plan of action"
- To move hurriedly
"The friend scrambled after them"
- Climb awkwardly, as if by scrambling
- clamber, shin, shinny [N. Amer], skin, struggle, sputter
- Bring into random order
- jumble, throw together
- (cooking) stir vigorously
"scramble the egg whites";
- Make unintelligible
"scramble the message so that nobody can understand it"
- (military) quickly deploy vehicles, esp. aircraft, in response to an emergency or make an attack
See also: disorganised [Brit], disorganized
Type of: agitate, alter, change, climb, commove, disarray, disorder, disturb, go, locomote, modify, move, raise up, shake up, stir up, travel, vex
Encyclopedia: Scrambled Scramble