from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. To feel around with the hands; grope.
- intransitive v. To fall down; sprawl.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To search with one's hands and fingers; to grope.
- v. To lie prostrate on the belly; to sprawl on the ground; to grovel.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To grope; to feel with the hands.
- intransitive v. To lie prostrate on the belly; to sprawl on the ground; to grovel.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To grope about; feel with the hands; make tentative grasps or clutches.
Recently I have gone in to play with Archie and Quentin after they have gone to bed, and they have grown to expect me, jumping up, very soft and warm in their tommies, expecting me to roll them over on the bed and tickle and "grabble" in them.
Everyone knows that a Black single mother is nothing but a hot mess with a big grabble ass.
Razzfrazzin gribble-grabble blargnashkrag rargenfarlarb!
“Come here, boys, and let your gorgeous auntie grabble her hairy little monkeys!”
These issues will again continue to be in the agenda, as we grabble with issues, which will continue to contribute in the improvement and perfection of our democracy.
When that's done, I will have you grabble-meshed individually to the police car, and my partner and I will loft you to the station.
To be thankful for coppers and not to interfere with the men while they grabble for gold, like swine round a trough, that is man's reading of the mission of women.
"Antoninus and Suffirus" as a proof that God would not have any "half religions" -- that if anybody had "hid his Lord's money in de eart 'he must grabble for it before 'twas too late."
Walks -- "Some grabble walks may lead to de jail."
And every minute their fingers grabble in the purses of nobles.