from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A horizontal frame with wires stretched across it for drying paper.
- n. A fictional alien creature in Star Trek, a cooing ball of fur.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A frame on which paper is dried.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In paper manufacturing, a large horizontal frame in the loft or drying-room, with hairs or wires stretched across it, on which sheets of paper are hung to dry.
Is there a way possible to find a tribble from a star trek episode?
"Well, Cyrano Jones says that a tribble is the only love that pants can buy."
Cyrano Jones says a tribble is the only love that money can buy.
I think the pink fuzzy one is a valentine "tribble".
I was playing on hdhouse's word of 'tribble' which is only a word from a Star Trek episode.
I transported the whole kit and caboodle into their engine room, where they'll be no "tribble" at all.
He had never had musical instruction; he spoke of soprano as "tribble," of alto as
I always thought more of Peter MacIntosh when the mysterious "tribble" that needed the Perth doctor made no difference in his manner, and he passed his snuff box across the seat before the long prayer as usual, but in this indifference to privileges Peter was exceptional.
Meanwhile, Lt. Uhura buys a small furry pet called a "tribble" and brings it back to the Enterprise, where the creatures rapidly reproduce and threaten to overpopulate the entire Enterprise.
First ten people to answer correctly will win a tribble.