verb (used with object), nob·bled, nob·bling. British Slang.
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Origin of nobble
OTHER WORDS FROM nobblenob·bler, noun
Words nearby nobble
Example sentences from the Web for nobbling
He is very musical, and when he and Rex get nobbling over the piano and organ—there they stick!!Juliana Horatia Ewing And Her Books|Horatia K. F. Eden
A sight of times better to be selling diments than nobbling about here.Return of the Native|Thomas Hardy
I'm not sorry for it myself, as I've an idea of nobbling him for Vera.The Graftons|Archibald Marshall
Their first success was the nobbling of "The Observer's" senior reporter.Grey Town|Gerald Baldwin
Peter mumbled some foolishness about nobbling Angola for Germany and starting a revolution among the natives.Greenmantle|John Buchan