drumble

drumble

(ˈdrʌmbəl)
vb (intr)
dialect to be inactive or sluggish

drumble

- To move in a slow, sluggish way.
See also related terms for sluggish.
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Parrot's Drumble is one of Staffordshire Wildlife Trust's finest ancient woodland nature reserves where as well as the sea of bluebells In spring you will also see dog's mercury, wood anemone, yellow archangel and wood sorrel.
FORCE MEMORANDUM 2 (July 20, 2009); see also Drumble supra note 226, at
58) For further detail, see Mark Drumble, "Punishment, Post Genocide: From Guilt to Shame to Civic in Rwanda," New York University Law Review 75 (November 2000): 1226.