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Dear Mr. Cobb,' she scribbled, 'if you really _must_ see me before you go away to Bristol, or wherever it is, you had better meet me on Saturday at Streatham Station, which is about halfway between me and you.
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Nora's letters were in the drawer of his writing-table; he unlocked it, and put the packet into his pocket, and when he had scribbled a little note to Father Moran, he said: 'Now take this and be off with you; I've other business to attend to besides you;' and he called to Catherine for his towels.
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Philip scribbled a note, and giving it to the husband, told him to run with it to the hospital; he bade him hurry, for his wife was in a dangerous state.
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The jeweler sealed the document, and scribbled his certificate.
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Well, I have scribbled at a great rate; regardless of Time's flight!-My Wife thanks many times for M. Fuller's Book.
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Intensely nervous, and feeling much of that shame at the exercise of the higher intelligence which besets those who are known to be renowned in field sports, Gordon produced his poems shyly, scribbled them on scraps of paper, and sent them anonymously to magazines.
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And while we gazed at scribbled records, blots, and marks, the loud "slap plong" of a Beaver showed from time to time that the thrifty ones had dived at our approach.
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Luck was in the living room, sitting at a table on which were scattered many papers Scribbled with figures.
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Only he returned the letter back to the postman after he had opened it and found that it was just a note of no importance which I scribbled just to see if he was keeping in touch with things from his hiding-place, wherever it is.
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She scribbled and scrawled till slumber drugged her and her pen went crazy.
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It was scribbled off with a pencil, hot from the heart, out of doors, immediately after having done a particularly choice bit of work.
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My father relinquished his hold and scribbled a rapid prescription.
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I had scribbled on, idly, carelessly, out of what seemed a mere facile impulse, correcting nothing; seldom even reading what I had written, after it was committed to paper.
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He caught up the pen, poised it an indecisive moment, then hastily scribbled Paris: as well Paris as anywhere.
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There was a sheet of paper on his plate upon which Obadiah had scribbled the following words: "My dear Nat:-Make yourself at home.
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Sentences thus scribbled down are often better ones than I could have written deliberately.
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Never mind and pitch into me, if you think it requisite; some future day, in London possibly, you may give me a few criticisms in detail, that is, if you have scribbled any remarks on the margin, for the chance of a second edition.
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Dunbar scribbled busily in his notebook.
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It seems not superfluous, in times which have heard disdainful criticism of Scott, on the ground that he had no artistic conscience, that he scribbled without a thought of style, that he never elaborated his scheme before beginning-as Flaubert, of course you know, invariably did.
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I read over Mr Adelson's shoulder, the terms scribbled in a hasty hand, but every word of it legal and binding, near as I could tell.
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Examples of Scribbled

Example #1
When Saturday came the state of things at "Runnymede" had undergone no change whatever; Emmeline still waited for a moment of courage, and Mumford, though he did not relish the prospect, began to think it more than probable that Miss Derrick would hold her ground until her actual marriage with Mr. Bowling.
Example #2
So please do not come just yet.
Example #3
He looked, instead, for the hawthorn-bush by which he and Nora had lingered, and it was a sad pleasure to think how she had gone up the road after bidding him good-bye.
Example #4
But a long field lay between his house and the school-house, and what would it avail him to see the empty room?
Example #5
She certainly knew how to wear her clothes, and Philip could not help noticing how elegant she looked beside the curate's wife and the doctor's married daughter.
Example #6
There were two roses in her waistband.