Definition of dribbly in English:

dribbly

adjective

See dribble

  • ‘Of course, no baby, no matter how cute and dribbly, is going to be able to turn up at the polling station with their card clutched in a tiny tight fist and be allowed to vote.’
  • ‘A later attempt to daub another quotation ended up a dribbly mess.’
  • ‘You know, if I'm like this now what it's going to be like when I'm old and dribbly?’
  • ‘I'm in the second-to-last week of this mega project, and down to the dribbly ends of things.’
  • ‘He's a dribbly, chucky baby and my shirt is damp in places, but I'm past fussing about such things.’