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scribble-scrabble

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A shambling, ungainly fellow.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Coloring Book (1997-2005) is an irregularly shaped plinth overlaid with secondhand scribble-scrabble.

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  • As it stands, I am unable to get past your typos and misspellings … the idea gets lost in the scribble-scrabble.

    Council Looking at Cafe Rules at cvillenews.com

  • The respectable lawyers who scribble-scrabble your deeds and your wills look the deaths of living people in the face.

    The Woman in White

  • As this is to be a scribble-scrabble letter, I direct it to you, for it may amuse you, and give you some idea of my goings on, for though quiet, they are rather amusing, for which, oh, be joyful!

    Little Women

  • I inclose with this the pages of feeble scribble-scrabble which the creature Sharpin calls a report.

    Masterpieces of Mystery In Four Volumes Detective Stories

  • The respectable lawyers who scribble-scrabble your deeds and your wills look the deaths of living people in the face.

    The Woman in White

  • As this is to be a scribble-scrabble letter, I direct it to you, for it may amuse you, and give you some idea of my goings on, for though quiet, they are rather amusing, for which, oh, be joyful!

    Little Women

  • The respectable lawyers who scribble-scrabble your deeds and your wills look the deaths of living people in the face.

    The Woman in White

  • I inclose with this the pages of feeble scribble-scrabble which the creature Sharpin calls a report.

    The Queen of Hearts

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