Dribble

Drib'ble transitive verb To let fall in drops. « Let the cook . . . dribble it all the way upstairs.» Swift.
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Dribble

Drib'ble noun A drizzling shower; a falling or leaking in drops. [ Colloq.]
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Dribble

Drib'ble noun An act of dribbling a ball.
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dribble

dribbling noun the propulsion of a ball by repeated taps or kicks
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dribble

(from the article `basketball`) Ball movement by bouncing the ball. A dribble ends when a player touches the ball with both hands simultaneously or does not continue his dribble.
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Dribble

Dribble is Black-American slang for to stutter.
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Dribble

Dribble is Black-American slang for to stutter.
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Dribble

Keeping control of the ball while running.
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Dribble

The act of bouncing the ball up and down. The offensive player with the ball uses the dribble to mov
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