dribble

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run

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drool

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to fall or let fall in drops of liquid

to let saliva run from the mouth

the process or sound of dripping

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Synonyms for dribble

flowing in drops

saliva spilling from the mouth

the propulsion of a ball by repeated taps or kicks

run or flow slowly, as in drops or in an unsteady stream

let or cause to fall in drops

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propel, "Carry the ball"

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let saliva drivel from the mouth

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It was Jordan, of course, who took a pass from Toni Kukoc, dribbled the clock down against Bryon Russell and then faded to his left to get open.
Drexler dribbled the clock inside five seconds, made a spin move and missed an off-balance runner from 12 feet.
Baron Davis dribbled off his foot in the first half, something he hasn't done since he was in diapers, then settled down and finished with 13 points.
Rodney Rogers dribbled and prepared to make the entry pass when he fumbled the ball into Malone's hands.
Ihave just eaten a delicious nectarine straight from the fruit bowl that dribbled juice down my chin - it ended up being a two-handed affair
The model, 31, retched and dribbled in the eat-off with Kim, 67, after demanding a knife and fork for the delicacy.
e_SDLqNow look what's happening to you," Coelho tells the young boy who alreadyhas dribbled his basketballs - yes, two - along the path, as he does every Wednesday evening from the beginning of May through the end of August, and as do many other boys and girls whom Coelho mentors.
The University of Michigan junior dribbled for 16 hours and 6 minutes to beat 25 other contestants to win an all-new 2007 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab equipped with the legendary HEMI engine and two tickets to college basketball's final game.
He still dribbled too much, played too slow and stood around waiting for the ball too much.
The sound of a basketball being dribbled on a newly polished gymnasium floor
NEARLY 1,000 Scots children dribbled their way into the record books yesterday.
Stork dribbled the basketball, edging his hip into me one step at a time.
They dribbled the ball, too, except they did it with their feet
Nash, expecting to be fouled, dribbled down the left sideline and was met by Parker, who forced him to stop his dribble.
The Tonight Show's JAY LENO, reporting that a Phoenix teacher had set a record by dribbling a basketball for 26 straight hours: "The old record was held by Kobe Bryant, who dribbled for 25 hours before finally passing to a teammate.