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In addition to his constant mutterings before alluded to, he was a habitual scribbler.
THE OLD PIKETHOMAS B. SEARIGHT
Another conversation with you at some time, would be very much enjoyed by your unworthy scribbler.
THE OLD PIKETHOMAS B. SEARIGHT
He was a miner who was soon to be a magnate; he had no desire to be known as a camp scribbler.
In a couple of days we arrived at Tadousac the second time, to the no small astonishment of my brother scribbler residing there.
HUDSON BAYR.M. BALLANTYNE
For years he had struggled to support his mother, first as an attorney's drudge, then as a scribbler.
THE INCENDIARYW. A. (WILLIAM AUGUSTINE) LEAHY
Indeed, he described his associate as "a mere fop" and "a scribbler of songs."
HAYDNJ. CUTHBERT HADDEN
Any pitiful scribbler will have his first thoughts to come to light; lest, being too long shut up, they should grow musty.
It is never safe to condemn anybody, not even a poor, miserable scribbler for the press, on circumstantial evidence.
They are of all classes, from the great author of world-wide fame to the veriest scribbler.
The habit of letting the mind lie passive while some scribbler plays upon it is not worth ten thousand a year.

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