verb (used without object), grab·bled, grab·bling.
Related formsgrab·bler, noun
Examples from the Web for grabble
Then we jump up and go to him and all of us grabble dirt 'way and sho' 'nough it was a pot lid and it was on a pot.Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves|Work Projects Administration
Downey and Grabble are first-class people, I can assure you.
And there's few of the police would like to grabble with them.Poets and Dreamers|Lady Augusta Gregory and Others
It was valuable enough to cover the debt of Downey and Grabble, although not to be easily realised in this country.
Mr. Brown saw that his money was lost, unless he could make those rascals Downey and Grabble pay.