[ drib ]
/ drɪb /
a small or minute quantity; bit.
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Origin of drib
First recorded in 1720–30; back formation from driblet
Words nearby drib
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Example sentences from the Web for drib
Drib′bler; Drib′let, Drib′blet, a small drop: a small quantity.