Definitions

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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of dribble.
  • n. Plural form of dribble.

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Examples

  • Danielles favorite blanket was her dribble blanket because it had things she called dribbles sewn into it that you could stick between your toes and they felt good in bed at night as you were falling asleep.

    Postcards from Heaven

  • There were 121 free throws that came after two dribbles, 60 that came after one dribble and nine that came after seven dribbles, which is the highest amount of dribbles in this sample.

    At the Free-Throw Line, 1 ... 2 ... 3 ... 4 Whoosh

  • The world did not snap back into focus for Jenna, but rather came in dribbles.

    365 tomorrows » 2006 » September : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day

  • Wat Misaka dribbles the ball in a gym at the University of Utah, where he helped the Utes win the NIT in 1947.

    News

  • The Misaka Family Wat Misaka dribbles the ball in a gym at the University of Utah, where he helped the Utes win the NIT in 1947.

    News

  • The future drilling for oil in the Gulf of Mexico for instance, even if done carefully, will result in the pollution of the entire area from the "little disasters" at oil rigs where there are "dribbles" of oil escaping from the pumps that have a cumulative effect on marine life, not to mention other forms of pollution that are poisoning the oceans.

    Joel Shatzky: Educating for Democracy: Is "Green Education" Possible?

  • I now do alley-oops, slam dunks and all kind of dribbles on NBA Live 2008 on my morning commute

    Planet Debian

  • Steve Nash always keeps his dribble alive, dribbles all the way to the baseline so you've got to keep chasing him, he said.

    John Wall goes from Steve Nash to Rajon Rondo

  • The black paint dribbles down in the driving rain but eventually the words stick. "15 years."

    Franciso Holgado Goes Underground To Seek Son's Killers

  • “Just wanted to give Michael a heads-up,” Dale was saying, his words coming out as thick and smooth as dribbles of oil.

    Skipping a Beat

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