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  • noun Plural form of dribblet.


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  • That makes sense, but it also lets the story out in dribblets, with a big speech as the final confirmation.

    McCain Announces That Lieberman And Graham Are Going To Georgia

  • Canada is continuing to have hearings and dribblets are coming out there – like maybe the US used the courtesy phone and told Canada they would send him to Canada instead of Syria, if Canada would imprison him.

    Firedoglake » Bush Is Crappy Prez…With Charts

  • Help from England and France came in tiny dribblets just sufficient to keep Philip's energies occupied in the cruel civil war.

    The Age of the Reformation

  • My two-hundred-a-year will rig me out suitably, and provide me with tobacco; and the dribblets coming to me from my old books -- through the honest publishers

    The Big Drum A Comedy in Four Acts

  • Thrust ashore upon the scorching marl, such mariners are abandoned to perish outright, unless by solitary labors they succeed in discovering some precious dribblets of moisture oozing from a rock or stagnant in a mountain pool.

    The Piazza Tales

  • I do believe you'd be satisfied to go on getting a few dribblets now and then like that.

    Castle Richmond

  • In such case it is caused either by the gland not being properly perforated, or by a contraction of the urethral canal, which contraction arrests the seminal fluid at the moment of expulsion, causing it to flow back towards the bladder, or else intercepting the continuous stream and allowing it to run by dribblets only.

    Aphrodisiacs and Anti-aphrodisiacs: Three Essays on the Powers of Reproduction

  • -- the dribblets coming from my old books will enable me to present you with a nosegay on the anniversaries of our wedding-day, and -- by the time your hair's white -- to refund you the money Titterton's had from you.

    The Big Drum A Comedy in Four Acts

  • And though we can’t expect his daughter to inherit his closeness, she may have a few dribblets from his sense.”

    Under the Greenwood Tree

  • I do believe you’d be satisfied to go on getting a few dribblets now and then like that.

    Castle Richmond


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