galumph, drop back, tromp, sound, walk, flounder, drag on, hang back, clump, sweep up, trail, injure, clomp, barge, slough, slog, hale, stride, stray, pound, mules, stomp, stamp, drag in, step, stump, puff, scuffle, tangle, cart, drop behind, stroll, drag, tramp, take its toll, move, hike, amble, sweep, mule, dredge, trudge, scuffs, haul, flog, shuffle, get behind, plod, drag out, draw, saunter, graze, harm, stumble, wander, trek, embroil, lump, shamble, noise
blemish (part of speech: verb)
eyesore, defacement, fleck, score, rift, chip, deform, notch, mark, weal, slit, spot, speck, distortion, brand, discoloration, discolor, freckle, scab, spoilage, hurt, impurity, wart, stigma, splotch, disfigure, crack, distort, deface, nick, damage, deformity, taint, hack, pockmark, dot, sore, flaw, hole, scrape, imperfection, mar, blister, drawback, check, defect, abrasion, fracture, lesion, spoil, blemish, stain, abrade, disfigurement, gash, tarnish, blot, scratch, fault, scar, blotch, kink
roughen (part of speech: verb)
- If they're like most tourists they'll think the rough- scuff ways of the Boston House great fun. - "They of the High Trails", Hamlin Garland.
- But yesterday Marie was impudent, and to- night Helma has gone out when she shouldn't, and now Cook has spoiled everything, and- We ain't favored with the rest of the sad tale, for just then there's a quick scuff of feet, and Cyril comes skatin' through the pantry door and does a frantic dive behind the sideboard. - "Wilt Thou Torchy", Sewell Ford.
- A thin, sleety scuff of passing snow- cloud beat in my face. - "The Dew of Their Youth", S. R. Crockett.