Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To sound like a drum.
- To mumble.
- To drone; be sluggish.
- v. obsolete, intransitive To be sluggish or lazy.
- v. obsolete, intransitive To be confused.
- v. obsolete, intransitive To mumble in speaking.
- v. obsolete to do something in a way that shows that one does not know what one is doing.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. obsolete To be sluggish or lazy; to be confused.
- v. obsolete To mumble in speaking.
- See drumly. (Wiktionary)
“Cary took him by the hand, and asked pardon of him for his scoffing, saying that he had that day played the best man of all of them; and Jack, who never bore malice, began laughing in his turn, and — “Oh, Mr. Cary, we have all known your pleasant ways, ever since you used to put drumble-drones into my desk to Bideford school.””
“Go take up these clothes here quickly; wheres the cowl-staff? look, how you drumble! carry them to the laundress in Datchet-mead; quickly, come.”
“(The dialogue was held in the hall.) “Why do you hesitate and drumble in that manner?””
“Oh, Mr. Cary, we have all known your pleasant ways, ever since you used to put drumble-drones into my desk to Bideford school.”
“(The dialogue was held in the hall.) "Why do you hesitate and drumble in that manner?”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘drumble’.
there is going to be a lot of words...
These come from gamma meditation ,I think.
every major discipline has uniquely developed esoteric nomenclature to facilitate interdisciplinary dissemination
Unusual jumbles of letters that are actually words
words relating to rhythm
fine find endings
Verbal 'wtf' exchanges; odd moments of conversation and socializing.
Words that I used to know.
Words that unfortunately have more than one meaning that could either be taken as an insult or a compliment.
Words to use in moments of high frustration that they hopefully won't understand.
The rare, the obsolete, the freakin' awesome.
Looking for tweets for drumble.