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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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He keeps a ball in his house and one in each of his cars, but he dribbles them even more when the Celtics hit the road.
A new option can then be called out as 01 has the option and the opportunity to dribble towards either wing.
Because I like to dribble," 7-year-old Emily Dombrowsky says.
On these paintings, typographic collage translates each dribble and squiggle into some psychological "moment"--"lust," "laziness," "substance abuse," "fate," "enlightenment," "inner peace.
A Dream Team of LeBron James, Steve Francis, Allen Iverson and Stephon Marbury will show off their signature moves from the cross over dribble to high-flying windmill dunks in the debut of "NBA Street Series: Ankle Breakers Vol.
Guthrie was a timekeeper for the speed dribble portion of the basket ball skills competition.
14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Basketball Association (NBA), the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA), and the NBA Development League, in collaboration with the American Diabetes Association and Sanofi US, today announced the tip-off of the 2013 Dribble to Stop Diabetes initiative, a national campaign designed to encourage fans to live an active, healthy lifestyle and raise awareness about type 2 diabetes prevention and management, along with the potentially serious health complications that can be associated with the disease.
FO FO FOUR UR pals are FOUR pals are set to dribble a football from John O'Groats to Glasgow to raise cash for the Tartan Army Children's Charity.
Exercise one: Have your child dribble towards a cone and perform a 'feint'.
Dribble Buster: Alison Withell, 54, a mum-of-three with two grandkids, of Surrey, wanted to stop little ones getting a chill from dribble-soaked clothing.
The basic action is again simply for 01 to dribble toward either wing player before receiving the basketball with 01's hand-off.
Albion fan Rod, aged 24, of Lenwade Road, Brandhall, Oldbury, was one of three club "mascots" who took part in a leg of the T-Mobile Soccer Aid Dribble.