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- n. A person who dribbles (salivates excessively).
- n. A person skilled at dribbling.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who dribbles.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A weak person; a driveler.
- n. In foot-ball, one who ‘dribbles,’ or kicks the ball lightly along the ground. See dribble, transitive verb, 3.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who dribbles
- n. a basketball player who is dribbling the ball to advance it
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The Brownlow Medallist described VFL opponent Alistair Smith as a "dribbler" and this drew strong criticism from Bulldogs coach Rodney Eade.
Steve Wilson tells the story: In the early 90s Kiki was a fast and phenomenal dribbler for Karlsruhe in the Bundesliga.
The next batter, Matt Holliday , nubbed a dribbler toward starting pitcher Shaun Marcum .
To come back and renege on her promise, on her vow, and want to run for a second term, I think a true leader should not be a dribbler.
Lance Berkman hits a dribbler for the second out and David Freese draws a walk.
Chelsea also needed a wide man, a dribbler, but were narrow and sluggish.
Halladay, who jawboned his way into being traded to a contending team so he finally could pitch in the playoffs, made a stunning debut, culminating with a dribbler in front of home plate that catcher Carlos Ruiz pounced on and threw to first for the final out.
She noticed that sophomore center Simone Egwu is stronger going to her left than to her right, and she deciphered that redshirt senior guard Paulisha Kellum is a better dribbler when she's driving toward the basket.
So to lead off the first inning, Jeter knocked a dribbler into the grass by the third base line, and beat out what was effectively a swinging bunt for his 2,995th hit, and his first since June 13.
The pitch was high, but Dante swung, hitting a dribbler back to the pitcher, who threw home to the catcher, who threw to first base, double play, game over.