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Middle English scriblen probably from scriben to write from Latin scrībere to write skrībh- in Indo-European roots
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From early modern English scrible, frequentive of scribe.
Toddlers love to scribble on pieces of paper with chunky crayons.
You may be lucky and find a Scribble wallet.
You then frantically scribble to gain altitude, just like a helicopter.
However, I did manage to scribble down furiously some lines that I thought stood out.
I found the website particularly useful for printing off tables and diagrams to scribble on or to stick on the wall to revise !
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