Jarvis readily agrees, but he notes that a scribbler needs to get paid.
Every English scribbler then knew what most men have forgotten now.
And he waved the scribbler doorwards with a contemptuous hand.
You must not become a scribbler about nothing—I mean for the mere pleasure of using your pen.
Byron sneered and carped at Southey as a "scribbler of all works."
I hear scribbler finally got one of his plays on the boards.
They say that this scribbler has dared to show himself again in Besanon.
Nature had intended Lucian Gay for a scholar and a wit; necessity had made him a scribbler and a buffoon.
Even a scribbler only gets it piecemeal and through a dulled medium.
Yet still Voltaire was very far indeed from being a 'scribbler.'