Definition of Drivels

1. Verb. (third-person singular of drivel) ¹



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Definition of Drivels

1. drivel [v] - See also: drivel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Drivels

drived
drivel
driveled
driveler
drivelers
driveless
drivelike
driveline
drivelines
driveling
drivelled
driveller
drivellers
drivelling
drivellingly
drivels (current term)
driven
driven away
driven well
drivenness
drivennesses
drivepipe
drivepipes
driver
driver's licence
driver's licences
driver's license
driver's licenses
driver ant
driver fatigue

Literary usage of Drivels

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1. The Penny Pulpit: A Collection of Accurately Reported Sermons by the Most (1859)
"So I think we may say of the Sabbath-school teacher, if he gives up his work because he cannot attend to it, ou account of his enlarged business, he drivels ..."

2. The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore by Thomas Moore (1910)
"Mix the brains (though apt to hash ill, Being scant) of Lord M—ntc—shel, With that malty stuff which Ch—nd—s drivels as no other man does. ..."

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