scribbler[ skrib-ler ]SEE DEFINITION OF scribbler
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And he waved the scribbler doorwards with a contemptuous hand.
Every English scribbler then knew what most men have forgotten now.
Byron sneered and carped at Southey as a "scribbler of all works."
You know I like writing,” he added after a pause of some minutes, “I have been a scribbler for years.
Well, now you must try and sleep and forget all this nonsense, scribbler!
He is a measurer of broad-cloth or a scribbler of juridical technicalities.
They say that this scribbler has dared to show himself again in Besanon.
I thought at first it was a scribbler's joke, but I see that it is quite serious.
Even a scribbler only gets it piecemeal and through a dulled medium.
On me—as a scribbler of sorts—descended the onus of putting it on paper.