Dribbling in a sentence as a noun

I feel like I'm in the minority here but rote practice has a role, just like playing scales or dribbling a basketball does.

A simple CS concept like recursion is analogous to dribbling.

They get once or twice a year to make a big impression on the press - dribbling out updates to core apps in the meantime would remove the buzz.

Once I didn't have time to play that day, and if it ever happened to you: it doesn't matter how good you are at dribbling if you don't have time to play.

Meanwhile, you're dribbling out a few dozen lines of C in a day."Who knows where the truth lies, but for the next few minutes I'll just enjoy the slight buzz from the article.

I don't have a lot of experience with steam heating systems, but I noticed that I had some issues with water dribbling out of the auto-bleed valve when the main steam valve was half closed.

And, you know, there're so many problems in basketball aside of dribbling and stuff: you have to find space to play with your friends, you have to convince the guy that doesn't want to play this evening.

It is possible to reload one sbux card from another, so I was thinking about using one for deposit only and dribbling the balance into the purchase card at $20 per hour or similar.

You think typing skills are as essential to being a productive, and by productive I mean creating wealth and value, not lines of code, a productive developer as dribbling is to being a good basketball player?

Next you're going to tell me that some woman didn't win a $100mil lawsuit after dribbling a few drops of lukewarm coffee on herself and that's why we need reforms that restrict lawsuits on defenseless corporations like McDonald's.

Dribbling definitions


the propulsion of a ball by repeated taps or kicks

See also: dribble