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scribbled, past participle; scribbles, 3rd person singular present; scribbling, present participle; scribbled, past tense;
  1. Card (wool, cotton, etc.) coarsely

  1. A piece of writing or a picture produced in this way
    • - illegible scribbles
    • - he would never be able to decipher your scribble

  1. poor handwriting
  2. write down quickly without much attention to detail
  3. an aimless drawing
  4. write carelessly
  5. Merriam-Webster Dictionary To write hastily or carelessly without regard to legibility or form. To cover with careless or worthless writings or drawings Merriam-Webster Dictionary Etymology: Middle English scriblen, from Medieval Latin scribillare, from Latin scribere to write
  6. "Scribble" is a song by electronic group Underworld. It was released as the first single from their album Barking. The track, co-produced by High Contrast, was released as a digital single on 28 June 2010.
  7. Miniclip is a popular website famed for its browser-based casual games. It was started in 2001 by Robert Small and Tihan Presbie on a budget of £40,000 and quickly grew to become a leader in its respective market. ...
  8. Scribbly is a comic that runs daily in the Dutch edition of the Metro free newspaper, and has done so for the past five years. It is written and drawn by Jan-Paul Arends. Seven albums have been published containing the daily strips. ...
  9. Careless, hasty writing or drawing; To write or draw carelessly and in a hurry; To doodle; To card or tease coarsely; to run through the scribbling machine
  10. (scribbling) That which has been scribbled, written in a scrawled or careless hand
  11. (scribbles) the irregular markings on the living bark of some species caused by burrowing insect larvae
  12. (Scribbling) a basic scratch technique where you just move back and forward around a sound – experiment, you may find you like it!
  13. (voiced by Micky Dolenz) - A Mutt from America who is a Spy Dog-in-Training.