He was scribbling busily on a notepad--and some of it might even end up in the first accused-mob-boss blog.
But Perry, looking down at his podium and scribbling notes about something, let the moment (and the opportunity) slide.
Was he scribbling his cantatas up to the day before the performance?
I caught his eye and made a motion with my hand, as if I were scribbling out the bill for our lunch.
Says something while scribbling on his note pad, and Lamont nods, and he says something else, and she keeps nodding.
Mrs. Brandeis, scribbling in her sales book, stopped, pencil poised.
When I have time and am not too tired, I comfort myself with scribbling.
Lucky it is for your patience that my paper is done, for when I am in a scribbling humour, I know not when to give over.
One or two tear drops stained the paper on which the girl was scribbling.
The girl had learnt nothing from the scribbling nor from the discourse.
mid-15c., from Medieval Latin scribillare, diminutive of Latin scribere "to write" (see script (n.)). Related: Scribbled; scribbling. The noun, "hurried or careless writing," is 1570s, from the verb.