scruff believes that sex is not the primary concern of users.
He was as striking in person as he is on screen—thin, white v-neck t-shirt, two-day scruff, artful bedhead.
He identifies as transgender on scruff but not always on Grindr.
At the end of the month, participants, called Mo Bros and their supporters, Mo Sistas, shave their scruff and have a party.
She seized the woolly dog by the scruff of the neck and deposited it in her lap.
Bucky would drag you back by the scruff of the neck in two weeks.
Bram Forest lifted the second guard by sword-girdle and scruff of neck and held him aloft.
When scruff and his traces were effaced, Herr Paul took a ladle in his hand.
"I do not intend he shall," said the man, reaching down and picking the dog up bodily by the scruff of his neck.
And with that he seized me again by the scruff of the neck and shook me.
"nape of the neck," 1790, altered (by influence of scruff "crust") from scuft (1787), probably related to North Frisian skuft "back of the neck of a horse" and Dutch schoft "withers of a horse," from a common Germanic source (cf. Old Norse skopt "hair of the head," Gothic skuft, Middle High German schopf, German Schopf). Another theory holds it to be a variant of scurf.
To make a bare living; scrape along (1940s+)
[1970s+ Teenagers; fr scruffy]