Definition of Driveling

1. Verb. (present participle of drivel) ¹



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Definition of Driveling

1. drivel [v] - See also: drivel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Driveling

driveable
driveaway
drivebolt
drivebolts
driveby
drivebys
drived
drivel
driveled
driveler
drivelers
driveless
drivelike
driveline
drivelines
driveling (current term)
drivelled
driveller
drivellers
drivelling
drivellingly
drivels
driven
driven away
driven well
drivenness
drivennesses
drivepipe
drivepipes
driver

Literary usage of Driveling

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1. A Dictionary for Primary Schools by Noah Webster (1838)
"Slav'-er, я. spittle driveling. Slav'-er, vi or t. drivel. Slake, vt to quench, ... Slav'-er-ing, ppr. driveling. Sia.'-vish,u. servile, mean, base. ..."

2. Drink: A Revised and Enlarged Edition of "Drink and be Sober". by Vance Thompson (1918)
"Idiocy is its driveling daughter. Suicide is its despairing child. (The estimate is that seventy-eight per cent. of the suicides are due to alcohol. ..."

3. The London Encyclopaedia, Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art by Thomas Tegg (1829)
"I hate to see a brave bold fellow sotted, Made sour and senseless, turned to whey, by love A driveling hero, fit for a romance. Id, What fool am I, ..."

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