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dribble

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of dribble

  1. a very small piece news about the remote earthquake was coming in dribbles Synonyms of dribble atom, crumb, bit, fleck, flyspeck, grain, granule, molecule, morsel, mote, nubbin, nugget, particle, patch, scrap, scruple, snip, snippet, speck, tittleWords Related to dribble ace, dab, dash, driblet, drop, fraction, haet [chiefly Scottish], halfpenny, ha'penny, iota, jot, kenning [chiefly Scottish], lick, minim, mite, modicum, nutshell, ounce, pinch, shred, smatter, smidgen (also smidgeon or smidgin or smidge), spot, strain, streak, suspicion, taste, touch, trace, whisper, whit; bite, mouthful, nibble, tidbit (also titbit); fragment, part, portion, section; chip, flake, shard, shiver, sliver, splinter; clipping, paring, shaving; smithereensNear Antonyms of dribble chunk, gob, hunk, lump, slab; abundance, barrel, bucket, bushel, deal, heaps, loads, mass, mountain, peck, pile, pot, profusion, quantity, raft, scads, stack, volume, wad, wealth


dribble

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of dribble

  1. 1 to fall or let fall in or as if in drops water dribbling over the lip of the fountain Synonyms of dribble distill (also distil), drip, drop, trickleWords Related to dribble drizzle, sprinkle; flow, pour, roll, run, stream; cascade, gutter, riffle, ripple; bleed, exude, ooze, seep, weep; dischargeNear Antonyms of dribble gush, spout, spurt

  2. 2 to flow in a broken irregular stream rainwater dribbling along the partially clogged gutter Synonyms of dribble bubble, gurgle, guggle, lap, plash, ripple, splash, trickle, washWords Related to dribble eddy, purl, swirl; swash, swish, swoosh, whish; drip, drop; gush, jet, rush, spew, spout, spurt, squirtNear Antonyms of dribble runAntonyms of dribble pour, roll, stream

  3. 3 to let saliva or some other substance flow from the mouth picnickers dribbling in eager anticipation of the hamburgers on the grill Synonyms of dribble drool, drivel, salivate, slaver, slobberWords Related to dribble water; expectorate, spit; foam, froth, splutter; sputter



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