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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The concert will begin with a performance by the teenage percussion group Drumble Beats, who also took part in the celebrations in Limassol last year.
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.
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.
A louse or a louser, a leek or a lark, A dreamer, a drumble, a fire or a spark?
56) As Mark Drumble remarks: "[r]esponse to atrocities of September 11 whether on the level of modifying the rules regarding a self-rule, avoiding strict adherence to the approval of use of force, demonstrating diffidence to the Geneva Convention, or the exceptional use of military commission-may signify a movement away from legalism.
Miss Matty blames the lack of sea-green turbans on the provincial tastes of Drumble shops, but the narrator again prefers that Matty not "[disfigure] herself with a turban" (82).
Then, too, just as Cranford has "the great neighbouring commercial town of Drumble," where those husbands and fathers who are neither stationed with their regiments nor lost at sea find themselves "closely engaged in business all the week," Stamford has its Waterbury (39).
30pm will be the young and enthusiastic band Drumble Beats.
Next the Windcraft Band will take to the stage at 7pm and be joined by the young drumming band Drumble Beats at 7.
The festival will kick-off at Heroes Square with a performance by local band Monsieur Doumani and the teenage band Drumble Beats.
The afternoon will include performances by the band Rumba Attack, Drumble Beats, the Aglantzia municipality choir, and dancing by a number of dance school members.