Examples of scribble in a Sentence
She scribbled a note to him and then dashed off to her meeting.
He scribbled down his phone number.
Students scribbled furiously as the professor lectured.
She was scribbling away in a notebook.
The toddler scribbled all over the paper.
Recent Examples of scribble from the Web
The business was started by Henry Mertz, who scribbled a sausage recipe on a piece of cardboard that continues to be used today.
So Dela whipped out the whiteout and scribbled her own name on a lipstick.
In the 12th century, monks used the book’s margins to scribble notes about land transactions and other matters of daily life in the region.
Leaning against a wall in a shadowy corner of Jerusalem’s Holy Sepulcher, the big blank rock the size of a dining-room table invited scribbling by passing pilgrims and tourists.
China’s e-commerce sales are double America’s and the Chinese send 11 times more money by mobile phones than Americans, who still scribble cheques.
There are a few desks, a whiteboard scribbled with notes, a pingpong table and a foosball table that’s been with them through every venture for 15 years.
As these experts scramble to educate themselves, the opaque nature of the new law and its unanswered questions (it was rushed through Congress so fast some changes were scribbled on the margins) have even left them confused.
The half-time whistle was a relief to Rafa Benitez, who had been furiously scribbling on his notepad during an opening period that saw the hosts have an astonishing 82% possession.
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Origin and Etymology of scribble
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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