verb (used with or without object), drab·bled, drab·bling.
Origin of drabble
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There was a wall between Cleg and the Drabble, a wall with a place for your toes.
After that the Drabble, an it liked him, might steal all the collars in the Pleasance.
The Drabble had a reason, or at least an excuse, for being on the spot.
He merely stated what he meant to do to the Drabble when he met him again.
He was not a policeman, and if the Drabble wished to get into the lock-up, it was not his business.