Definitions of grabble:
  • verb:   (intransitive) To search with one's hands and fingers; to attempt to grasp something.
  • verb:   (intransitive, obsolete) To search in a similar way using an implement.
  • verb:   (transitive) To touch (someone) with one's hands or fingers, sometimes in a sexual way.
  • verb:   (transitive) To pick (something or someone) up hastily, roughly or clumsily.
  • verb:   (transitive) To attempt to grab; to grasp at (something).
  • verb:   (transitive) To pull, lift or dig (something) (out of the ground) by searching with one's hands and fingers.
  • verb:   (transitive, obsolete) To lift (something) out in a similar way using an implement.
  • verb:   (transitive, intransitive, now Southeastern US) To catch fish by reaching into the water with one's hand.
  • verb:   (transitive, intransitive, obsolete) To fish on the grabble.
  • verb:   (transitive, intransitive) To utter inarticulate sounds, often quickly and loudly; to say (something) quickly, idly or foolishly.
  • verb:   (intransitive, obsolete) To lie prostrate; to sprawl on the ground.
  • noun:   (obsolete) A method of fishing using a line with several hooks fastened to it along with a lead weight so that the hooks sit on the bottom.

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