Word: SCRAP

The word SCRAP has appeared in at least 261 clues on different crosswords.

SCRAP definition(s):

• the act of fighting; any contest or struggle; "a fight broke out at the hockey game"; "there was fighting in the streets"; "the unhappy couple got into a terrible scrap"

• Leftover food.

• To make into scrap.

• a small piece of something that is left over after the rest has been used; "she jotted it on a scrap of paper"; "there was not a scrap left"

• To stop working on indefinitely.

• to discard

• The crisp substance that remains after drying out animal fat.

• A (small) leftover piece.

• Discarded objects (especially metal) that may be dismantled to recover their constituent materials, junk.

• A Hispanic criminal, especially a Mexican or one affiliated to the Norte gang.

• A fight, tussle, skirmish.

• small leftover piece

• have a disagreement over something; "We quarreled over the question as to who discovered America"; "These two fellows are always scrapping over something"

• To dispose of at a scrapyard.

• (usually plural) leftover food.

• To discard.

• worthless material that is to be disposed of

• fault (esp. in a pretense, pretence)

• to dispose at the scrapyard

• to fight

• make into scrap or refuse; "scrap the old airplane and sell the parts"

• A small fragment of something broken off from the whole.

• Discarded material (especially metal), junk.

• to make into scrap

• to scrapbook; to create scrapbooks

• dispose of (something useless or old); "trash these old chairs"; "junk an old car"; "scrap your old computer"

• An application or system file maintained for storing data that has been marked for movement, copying, or deletion.

• A (small) piece; a fragment; a detached, incomplete portion.

• leftover food

• discarded metal

• To scrapbook; to create scrapbooks.

• a small fragment of something broken off from the whole; "a bit of rock caught him in the eye"

Clue(s)
65 Donnybrook
86
Abandon
Abandon a project
"Abandon, as a project"
Absolute
Add to the heap?
Annul
Any old iron.
Argument
Bit
"Bit for Fido, perhaps"
"Bit for a quilt, maybe"
Bit of evidence
Bit of fabric
Bit.
Bout
Break up
Brief excerpt.
Brief extract.
Brouhaha
Cancel
Cast aside.
Cast off
Castoff
Catfight or dogfight
"Cee Lo ""___ Metal"""
Chuck
Consign to the junkyard
Consign to the trash pile
Deep-six
Deep-six or eighty-six
Discard
Discard as useless
Discard as worthless
Discard.
Discarded metal
Discarded piece
"Discontinue, as a project"
Dispose of
Ditch
Do away with
Dogfight.
Donnybrook
Dump
Dump in a dumpster
Dump in the Dumpster
Dump into a Dumpster
Eighty-six
Eliminate.
Fight
Forgo plans
Fracas
Fragment
Fragment for recycling
"Fragment, as of paper"
Fragment.
Fray
Free-for-all
Get rid of
Get rid of song
Give up on
"Give up on, as an idea"
Go at it
Heap contents
It might be placed in a book
It's good only for its waste value
Jettison
Junk
Junk.
Junkyard junk
Junkyard metal
Junkyard stock
Junkyard stuff
Kind of book.
Kind of heap
Kind of iron
Kind of iron or heap
L7 song that belongs in dumpster?
Leftover
Leftover bit
Leftover bit of cloth
Leftover cloth bit
Leftover part
Leftover piece
Leftover piece of iron
Little bit of food
Little bit.
Little piece of paper
Lock horns
Machine shop refuse
Material for a patch
Metal for recycling
Metal or paper waste
Metal refuse
Metal that might be recycled
Metal to be recycled
Metal to be reprocessed
Minor fight
Miscellaneous metal
Mix it up
Morsel
Nix
Oddment
Old metal
One kind of book
Ort
Ort.
Paper fragment
Paper remnant
Paper to jot down notes
Part of a rag.
Piece
Piece for a quilt
Piece of paper
Piece thrown to the dog
Prizefight
"Put into a Dumpster, e.g."
Put up a fight
Quarrel
Quarrel: Slang.
Recycled metal
Recycling candidate
Recycling material
Remnant
Remnant.
Rhubarb
Row
Send to the junkyard
Set-to
Small brawl
Small piece
Small piece of paper
Small unit of paper or food
Sock exchange
Some iron.
Squabble
Stop using
Take to the dump
Throw aside.
Throw away
Throw on the junk heap
Throw out
Throwaway
Tiff
Tiny bit
Tiny leftover
To-do
Toss
Toss in the dustbin
Toss out
Trash
"Trash, as a project"
Trash-bound articles
Treat as useless.
Treat for Fido
Treat for Spot
Tussle
Type of book
Type of heap or metal
Type of metal
Type of paper
Used metal
Waste
Waste metal.
Whit
Word before metal or paper
Word before paper or metal
Word with book or iron
Word with iron or heap
___ iron
___ iron.
___ metal
Paper fragment
Ditch
Get rid of
Some smelter input
Discard
Throw away
Fragment
Dustup
Waste material
Junkyard buy
Metal to be recycled
Fragment
Shred
Discard a fragment
Deep-six
Paper fragment
Fragment
Do away with
Paper remnant
____ metal
Ort
It could cause you to finish up with a nasty scar
Deep-six or eighty-six
Reject
Toss into a dumpster
Type of metal
Waste material
Waste material
Fool to take on vacuous codger - fight!
Fool to take on vacuous codger - fight!
Waste material
Waste material
Machine shop refuse
Material in some recycling bins
Local difference of opinion in small college over standard
Fragment
Fragment
Get rid of
Get rid of
Scuffle
Dispose of crown in trench
Fight for a mere morsel
Small piece of paper
Morsel
Fragment
A bit of a fight
Fragment
Throw away
Remnant
The bit that makes the difference
Fragment
____ metal
Machine shop refuse
Consign to the junk heap
Fragment
Get rid of
Fragment
Fragment
Worthless metal
Paper fragment
Fragment
Fragment
Dispose of
Tussle
“Piece” not “peace”
A fight broken off?
Waste material
Eighty-six
Cancel, as plans
Junkyard metal
Fragment
Fragment
Deep-six
Metal to be recycled
Fragment
Deep-six
____ metal
A bit of a fracas
Discard score that's unfinished
Bit of evidence
__ metal
Throw away
Bit
Waste material
Small fragment
Fragment
Fragment
Shred