Definition for DRAB'BLE

DRAB'BLE, v.t.

To draggle; to make dirty by drawing in mud and water; to wet and befoul; as, to drabble a gown or cloke. – New England. In Scottish, this word signifies to dirty by slabbering, as if it were allied to dribble, drivel, from the root of drip, which coincides with drop.

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