Vest-Pocket Vocabulary

Grub’ble, v. to feel in the dark.

Word in the Wild: Max was in the wine cellar when the lights went out.  He lurched and grubbled about, breaking a bottle of Richebourg Leroy while he tried to find the stairs. It was as he paused to mourn the loss that he heard the quiet breathing behind him.

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