Scrimmage vs. Scrummage
Difference Between Scrimmage and Scrummage
A rough fight.
(rugby) An ordered formation of forwards, typically bending down, binding to one another with their arms, and pushing opponents shoulder to shoulder, in which each side aims to gain control of the ball; a scrum.
(United States) 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.
(rugby) To engage in an ordered formation of forwards in which each side aims to gain control of the ball, as described above.
To have, or be involved in, a scrimmage.We scrimmaged a few times and then settled into boring drills.
(rugby) the method of beginning play in which the forwards of each team crouch side by side with locked arms; play starts when the ball thrown in between them and the two sides compete for possession
(American football) practice play between a football team's squads
a noisy riotous fight
practice playing (a sport)