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Synonyms for dribble

run

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drool

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Synonyms for dribble

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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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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Prices start from PS15 for the three-day and two-day soccer camps, from PS3 for Little Dribblers and PS10 for the multi-sport coaching days.
Little Dribblers, for children aged three to five, will be running at the Stadium of Light alongside the 'Little Dribblers Big Day Out' which offers a Stadium of Light tour, a fun classroom session and a coaching session.
The new offering will first be showcased at a FatFriars Pop Up event at King's School, Tynemouth on Thursday, May 9, where the roadshow staff plan to serve a gin sour followed by zingy fish, pulled pork dribblers with spicy sauces, local beer/cider and coffchocdugs to finish.
The Little Dribblers sessions are held at Monkton Stadium on Thursday at 1.
It's exciting days for the Dribblers Basketball Academy as they prepare to take their academy teams on a maiden overseas tour to Sri Lanka for a tournament later this month starting from July 25.
Dubai: Dribblers Basketball Academy (DBA) will make its international debut when they embark on a tour of Sri Lanka later this month.
After breaking Kazakhstan's hearts with a masterful 88-58 quarterfinal win, it's time for the Filipino dribblers to exorcise their demons in the presence of the South Korea.
Dribblers With Stan Matthews at Blackpool, Tom Finney at Preston and Bryan Douglas at Blackburn, they had three of the best dribblers of a football the world has seen, all playing within a few miles of each another.
They have quick, skilful players who are also excellent dribblers when on the ball, so we'll have to be at ourselves and prepare really well for a game which, I believe, would prove to be very exciting.
The Little Dribblers team started at a nursery in Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, and players begin at just three years old.
Those fame-hungry fillies would soon be better dribblers than Bill Clinton judging a Monica Lewinsky look-alike competition.
After all, the game that is to be played isn't some parochial derby between the Hendrewen Dog Catchers and The Abertridwr Salmon Tin Dribblers 15: it's a quarter final match in the World Cup.
After the third 55-second time frame has concluded, the coaches can start the second round with all dribblers using a different dribbling hand and making the right foot the new pivot foot.
The nappies, made out of fleece and crushed velvet, were presented to the ace dribblers and their parents by the environmental organisation Sustainable Wales.
Arbor, 18, started shooting hoops for the Little Dribblers when she was five, but didn't take the game seriously until junior high school.