How refreshing it was to see England players swivel and dribble and sell dummies.
She reluctantly gulps it down, chokes, and allows little rivers of green juice to dribble from the corner of her mouth.
By this time some of the 5th Division had begun to dribble away.
Under the dribble of the mucilage the fire in his eyes had flickered and sunk.
But some one touched the side of the tent and the rain began to dribble through.
Others, who had spent the evening dining, began to dribble in.
I got slowly to my knees, scooped up a handful of sand, and let it dribble slowly through my fingers.
When it was observed that Mr. Pike did not fire, the rest began to dribble into view.
For National Education you dribble out £50,000 a year—not enough for our smallest province.
What beautiful ringlets those were that used to dribble over them!
1580s, frequentative of obsolete verb drib (1520s), variant of drip (v.). Sports sense first used of soccer (1863), basketball sense is by 1892 (implied in dribbling). Related: Dribbled; dribbling. As a noun from 1670s.