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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of drivel.

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Examples

  • "I was just part of this greater thing, or place, or force, or energy," he drivels, like a semi-articulate hippy.

    The Final Testament of the Holy Bible by James Frey – review

  • GOP politicians really take a cue in the liberal/democrat drivels that conservatism is already a thing of the past and the best way for them is to go into the center read: compromise with the libs/dems.

    Meeting Rush - Erick’s blog - RedState

  • He doesn't eat all of the food his mouth is still swollen and he can feel what he's eating... a lot of it drivels out of his mouth.

    une plaie - French Word-A-Day

  • B it's spout is so well designed that not one single drop drivels down the side.

    Vintage Silver: Is It Worth the Trouble?

  • Mystifying because in a town with a clear pride in its country and its military past he hates the Royal family, drivels on about fluffy bunnies and their rights detests hunters and is a member of the beverage (ok Beveridge), group a far lefty tax and spend appeasing fidgety self righteous nuisance cabal.

    The Hunters Hunted

  • Having seen and read the reports and highlights from today's PMQs and read a fair few blog posts about it, I just wonder what Gordon Brown think he sounds like when he relentlessly drivels on about Tory cuts vs Labour investment insisting that Labour will increase spending in real terms in the next few years.

    What does Gordon Brown think he sounds like?

  • Their dignity and their principles have been under the attack of the MSM and Hollywood drivels 24 hours a day.

    Levi Johnson Jumps On the Sarah Palin Gravy Train - Erick’s blog - RedState

  • Having seen and read the reports and highlights from today's PMQs and read a fair few blog posts about it, I just wonder what Gordon Brown think he sounds like when he relentlessly drivels on about Tory cuts vs Labour investment insisting that Labour will increase spending in real terms in the next few years.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Mystifying because in a town with a clear pride in its country and its military past he hates the Royal family, drivels on about fluffy bunnies and their rights detests hunters and is a member of the beverage (ok Beveridge), group a far lefty tax and spend appeasing fidgety self righteous nuisance cabal.

    Archive 2007-11-25

  • Like when a collective-good, timely, important, informative diary entry appears bright and fresh ... and then immediately a dozen doofus drivels pushes it down the stack and out of view.

    My Take on Covering Potentially Taboo Topics Like Bristol Palin's Baby on OEN

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