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Word: dribble

Definition: flow or fall in drops; let saliva flow out slowly from the mouth; move a ball; N.


Sentences Containing 'dribble'

Best selling artists on the label were Johnny and the Hurricanes ("Crossfire", "Red River Rock", "Reveille Rock", and "Beatnik Fly"), the String-A-Longs ("Wheels", "Brass Buttons"), the Raging Storms ("The Dribble Twist"), the Tokens ("Tonight I Fell in Love"), and the Fireballs ("Quite A Party").
He can run and dribble very fast and Agilely.
In a segment of "Above and Beyond: Brokers go to great lengths to find the right properties for their clients" in Season 3 of HGTV's "Selling New York" (aired 1 September 2011), Rattiner was featured as a client seeking an apartment that would accommodate his tortoise (Dribble) and cat.
In his first season with New Jersey, Dooling became a component to the team and flourished in the Nets' new "dribble-drive" offense.
On August 20, 2008, he began a 500-mile soccer ball dribble from Foxboro, Massachusetts to Washington, D.C. for that cause.
This video game was the first one where large moving footballers characters could dribble, throw-in, take corners, etc. on ZX Spectrum.

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