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  • n. Plural form of dumble.

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Examples

  • Fine electric activity in sound came from the dumbles below the road, the birds piping one against the other, and water mysteriously plashing, issuing from the lake.

    Women in Love

  • "And you're a midshipman, that's what you are, Master Syd, as thinks he's got the mumble-dumbles horrid bad, when it's fancy all the time."

    Syd Belton The Boy who would not go to Sea

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