verb (used with object), nob·bled, nob·bling. British Slang.
Origin of nobble
Related formsnob·bler, noun
Examples from the Web for nobble
Away at Nobble the females by whom he had been surrounded had not been attractive to him.
She was aware that letters were stamped at Nobble generally.
She could not account for the absence of the Nobble postmark.
Mrs. Henniker, of the hotel at Nobble, had offered to swear that there had been no marriage.
A letter so sent would, as you have been informed, bear two postmarks, those of Sydney and of Nobble.