- nobbler noun
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transitive verb nob·bled, nob·bling, nob·bles Chiefly British
- To disable (a racehorse), especially by drugging.
- To win (a person) over.
- To outdo or get the better of by devious means.
- To filch or steal.
- To kidnap.
Origin: Origin unknown.
- nobˈbler noun