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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Sometimes, there are little dribbly accidents, and bedwetting can occur.
Their hearts bleed at the prospect of no more cutesy towelling babygros, gorgeous dribbly beaming grins or that adorable frantic arm and leg-waving performed by little ones around the three-month mark.
Coupled with the fact Micah is only two and teething, his dribbly dialogue is often frustratingly difficult to interpret.
One minute, they're pooey, dribbly, wordless things that scream at such a high frequency, the local bats crash into nearby buildings, their ultrasound navigation systems rendered useless; the next minute they're hopping along the top of the 8ft high garden wall, juggling chainsaws and reciting Sophocles.
By the time the alarm goes off he's sleeping like an angel - well, a very dribbly angel - while I stumble towards the bathroom in a daze.
It's so disappointing to reach for a hot water bottle and find you've drawn the dribbly one.
Stainless Steel Lemon Squeezer, PS4.29, Lakeland Only segments fit in this juicer, but it's worth it to be served by a dribbly bird.
The en-suite bathroom is a good size but the shower was a bit dribbly. THE FOOD There are three top-notch restaurants - Murrays, Bentleys and Astons.
I was shocked then to hear a wet, dribbly 'yes' come pouring forth from his cute little mouth.
'It's fake,' she explained, showing me a strange dribbly white line on her thigh.
To make dribbly changes to the settlement without going back to people would make a nonsense of it.