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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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"That's the dribblers for you - we love them when they're going past people and we get frustrated when they don't.
The mystery dribbler was dressed in a similar outfit to Swedish midfielder Freddie Ljungberg.
If 01 dribbles first to the right side and handoffs the ball to 02, 02 would then become the (first) cold dribbler and the "Attack" portion "is on hold." 02 then dribbles across the center of the court before then deciding which wing to dribble toward.
For the "master dribbler", the adjournment might give him enough time to sway public opinion in his favour.
They were skilful players and good dribblers who beat their opponents easily.
Doubts about her stamina were well cast aside as she made all to win by five and a half lengths from Joyful Dribbler in 41.93sec.
Midfielder Marouane Fellaini said: "Anthony has a lot of quality, he is quick, a good dribbler and always dangerous."
It didn't take fans long to realise their club had unearthed a gem, a superb dribbler with pace who could create and score goals.
"He's an exciting player, he's a dribbler, takes on people and I can't wait to see him.
That they now want flowers planted in it is amusing in itself though this would, in effect, make the dribbler the most expensive flower pot in history.
It was the last think I thought he'd do" and Talksport: "He's always been an excellent dribbler, both with and without the ball."
The dribbler who ultimately received the hand-off to begin the "attack" part of the offense and is going to center the ball up should be called the " hot dribbler." The number of handoffs that are included in the generic part of the offense can be dictated before the "attack" begins.