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Verb: dribble  dri-bul
  1. Run or flow slowly, as in drops or in an unsteady stream
    "reports began to dribble in";
    - trickle, filter
     
  2. Let or cause to fall in drops
    "dribble oil into the mixture";
    - drip, drop
     
  3. (sport) run with the ball, in basketball bouncing the ball or in soccer or hockey making small kicks
    "dribble the ball";
    - carry
     
  4. Let saliva drivel from the mouth
    "The baby dribbled";
    - drivel, drool, slabber, slaver, slobber
Noun: dribble  dri-bul
  1. Flowing in drops; the formation and falling of drops of liquid
    - drip, trickle
     
  2. Saliva spilling from the mouth
    - drool, drivel, slobber
     
  3. (soccer) the propulsion of a ball by repeated taps or kicks
    - dribbling

Derived forms: dribbled, dribbling, dribbles

Type of: actuation, course, feed, flow, flowing, hit, pour, propulsion, run, saliva, salivate, spit, spittle

Encyclopedia: Dribble