dribble

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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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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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Their hearts bleed at the prospect of no more cutesy towelling babygros, gorgeous dribbly beaming grins or that adorable frantic arm and leg-waving performed by little ones around the three-month mark.
Coupled with the fact Micah is only two and teething, his dribbly dialogue is often frustratingly difficult to interpret.
One minute, they're pooey, dribbly, wordless things that scream at such a high frequency, the local bats crash into nearby buildings, their ultrasound navigation systems rendered useless; the next minute they're hopping along the top of the 8ft high garden wall, juggling chainsaws and reciting Sophocles.
By the time the alarm goes off he's sleeping like an angel - well, a very dribbly angel - while I stumble towards the bathroom in a daze.
Sure, it can smarten up an outfit, but more importantly it can be draped over your head during a snooze on a train to conceal your gaping gob and dribbly chin.
We've got Greedy, Messy, Dopey, Sneezy, Dribbly and Meerkat so far but I won't get too attached.
I was shocked then to hear a wet, dribbly 'yes' come pouring forth from his cute little mouth.
It's fake,' she explained, showing me a strange dribbly white line on her thigh.
To make dribbly changes to the settlement without going back to people would make a nonsense of it.