That, Harte hints, is the achievement of scribblers like Blackmore (p. 12).
The Chamber—the journals—all the scribblers and speechifiers.
Yes, write about him as you like—let scribblers say what they choose about him—he will ever remain as he was.
And this holds as true for the least of scribblers as it does for great authors.
I was talking about you at the Scribblers Club dinner the other night.
But he added nothing to the Scribblers knowledge of his subject.
There were a number of men he knew from the Scribblers Club.
Of all scribblers these agricultural quarto-mongers are the vilest.
Novelists and scribblers brought the reign of Louis XV into disrepute.
A dozen or so professors and scribblers hastened to "chastise" French arrogance.