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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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1 : to fall or let fall in small drops : trickle <Water dribbled out of the crack.
e_SDLqNow look what's happening to you," Coelho tells the young boy who alreadyhas dribbled his basketballs - yes, two - along the path, as he does every Wednesday evening from the beginning of May through the end of August, and as do many other boys and girls whom Coelho mentors.
He still dribbled too much, played too slow and stood around waiting for the ball too much.
The sound of a basketball being dribbled on a newly polished gymnasium floor
NEARLY 1,000 Scots children dribbled their way into the record books yesterday.
They dribbled the ball, too, except they did it with their feet
Nash, expecting to be fouled, dribbled down the left sideline and was met by Parker, who forced him to stop his dribble.
The Tonight Show's JAY LENO, reporting that a Phoenix teacher had set a record by dribbling a basketball for 26 straight hours: "The old record was held by Kobe Bryant, who dribbled for 25 hours before finally passing to a teammate.
Lars Loeseth fed Rowland, who dribbled to the top of the box and fired.
He picked for 1, who dribbled hard for the basket, drawing both defenders to him.
Thirty minutes later, the slender, 6-foot-8 Kim smoothly dribbled a basketball between his legs with his left hand, then swished a 20-foot one- handed jump shot.
Edmundo, with Lalas chasing, now dribbled to the center of the field - again using negative space.