to draggle; make or become wet and dirty.
Other definitions for Drabble (2 of 2)
Margaret, born 1939, English novelist.
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How to use drabble in a sentence
Margaret drabble's new memoir, The Pattern in the Carpet , has just been published.
The novelist and critic, Margaret drabble rescues Bennett this week from the worst of the charges against him.
Miss Darrell had once begged very humbly that her cook Parker might take a lesson from her, but Mrs. drabble refused point-blank.Uncle Max | Rosa Nouchette Carey
There was a drabble of dead leaves on the sidewalk which was of wood, and on the roadway which was of macadam and stiff mud.Stories of a Western Town | Octave Thanet
There was a wall between Cleg and the drabble, a wall with a place for your toes.
British Dictionary definitions for drabble (1 of 2)
to make or become wet or dirty
British Dictionary definitions for Drabble (2 of 2)
Dame Margaret. born 1939, British novelist and editor. Her novels include The Needle's Eye (1972), The Radiant Way (1987), and The Seven Sisters (2002). She edited the 1985 edition of the Oxford Companion to Literature
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