drumble /drumˈbl/ (Shakespeare; now dialect)
intransitive verb
To be sluggish
drumˈbledor noun
A dumbledore

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • Drumble — Drum ble, v. i. [See {Drumly}.] 1. To be sluggish or lazy; to be confused. [Obs.] Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. To mumble in speaking. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • drumble —  to drone ; i. e. to be sluggish …   A glossary of provincial and local words used in England

  • drumble- — …   Useful english dictionary

  • drumble-drone — ˈdrəm(b)əlˌdrōn, ˈdru̇m noun Etymology: drumble to buzz (of imitative origin) + drone 1. dialect England : a drone bee 2. dialect England : a stupid or useless person …   Useful english dictionary

  • drumble-drone — drum·ble drone …   English syllables

  • drumblėtas — drumblėtas, a adj. (1) drumzlinas, neaiškus: Nėr taip, kad tai būtų be debesėlio – vis kasdien drumblėtas ir drumblėtas [dangus] Grž. Kai vanduo toks, tai ir arbata ar (taip pat) drumblėta Grž. Buvo rasta devyni rusų skatiko didumo pinigai… …   Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

  • Talke Pits — infobox UK place country = England official name= Talke Pitts latitude= 53.0669longitude= 2.2581population = shire district= Newcastle under Lyme shire county= Staffordshire region= West Midlands constituency westminster= Staffordshire Moorlands… …   Wikipedia

  • drumbledor — drumˈbledor noun A dumbledore • • • Main Entry: ↑drumble …   Useful english dictionary

  • dumble- — in names of insects, app. the same as dummel; but varying with bumble , drumble , humble …   Useful english dictionary

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