from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To grope.
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In all which matters there were many obvious occasions for those little attentions which are much valued by persons in like situations; and Tom was not sorry that the boys had voted the whole preparations a bore, and had gone off to the brook to 'gropple' in the bank for crayfish till the shooting began.
O'BRIEN: So it's halfway between snow and sleet is gropple, is it?
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