A couple of ladies, standing on tiptoe, are scribbling over it with eyeliner and lipstick.
He was scribbling busily on a notepad--and some of it might even end up in the first accused-mob-boss blog.
I was interviewing Edwards while his wife Elizabeth looked on—and I happened to notice that she was doing a lot of scribbling.
But Perry, looking down at his podium and scribbling notes about something, let the moment (and the opportunity) slide.
I caught his eye and made a motion with my hand, as if I were scribbling out the bill for our lunch.
Mrs. Brandeis, scribbling in her sales book, stopped, pencil poised.
And if I thought, even now, that he'd really given up his scribbling——'
Lucky it is for your patience that my paper is done, for when I am in a scribbling humour, I know not when to give over.
I hope I shall not weary you by scribbling my notions at this length.
The girl had learnt nothing from the scribbling nor from the discourse.
mid-15c., from Medieval Latin scribillare, diminutive of Latin scribere "to write" (see script (n.)). Related: Scribbled; scribbling. The noun, "hurried or careless writing," is 1570s, from the verb.