Definition of Dribblets
1. dribblet [n] - See also: dribblet
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dribblets
dribblets (current term)
dribs and drabs
Literary usage of Dribblets
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Descriptive Dictionary of British Malaya by Nicholas Belfield Dennys (1894)
"... although in dribblets, goes on down to the present time. The Malays of Borneo, in like manner with those of the Peninsula, claim their descent from the ..."
2. The Medical Times and Gazette (1858)
"No good can arise from publishing these phantom dribblets ; and I cannot but think if Dr. Mathews Duncan had intended Dr. Robert Lee to publish his PS, ..."
3. The Parliamentary Debates: Official Report by Northern Ireland Parliament. House of Commons (1884)
"What possible good can there be in coming to the House for dribblets of £100000 ? " And that statement was loudly applauded by tho supporters of the ..."
4. The Country Banker, His Clients, Cares, and Work, from an Experience of by George Rae (1886)
"... amounts to £12 los. a year: but against this there is likewise a set-off: because you sanction repayments in reduction of the balance, in dribblets day ..."
5. Statistics by New South Wales Bureau of Statistics and Economics, New South Wales Bureau of Statistics, Edith Cowan University, Edith Cowan University Dept. of Institutional Research and Statistics (1900)
"The province I l>\ the Central Government ; but, under the fearful exaction !, even dribblets of revenue. In order, therefore, to provide t hi ^!la^^sl^ll,' ..."