dribble


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drib·ble

(dri'bĕl),
1. To drool, slaver, drivel.
2. To fall in drops, as the urine from a distended bladder.

drib·ble

(dri'bĕl)
To drool, slobber, drivel.
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So keep the political commentary to yourself or, as someone once said, shut up and dribble.
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At each destination, to be announced in the New Year, there will be a 100m circuilt where people will be invited to help dribble the ball around the track.
The first option can be accurately called "Shuffle" and this option has 01 dribble towards 03 before then reversing his dribble and heading toward 02.
Members even dribble in the ButtetoButte road race every Fourth of July, and in 2006 they won "Best in Step" in the Eugene Celebration Parade as they dribbled along in unison.
UCLA point guard Darren Collison is quick enough to beat defenders off the dribble, a consistent enough shooter to make open jumpers and possesses the vision to pass the ball in traffic.
If the same student changes his imaginary slow, easy dribble from waist high to a fast dribble below knee high, his motions will have to change.
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