Definition of drabble
: to wet and befoul by draggling : draggle drabble a gown or cloak
1 : to be or become wet and muddy : dabble in or go through wet or miry places
2 : to fish with a rod and a long line that is drawn along through the water drabble for barbels
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Origin and Etymology of drabble
Middle English drabelen
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