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transitive verb

[with object]
  • 1Write or draw (something) carelessly or hurriedly.

    ‘he took the clipboard and scribbled something illegible’
    • ‘hastily he scribbled in the margin’
    • ‘When we got back he'd managed to scribble a few lines in his notebook with his dud hand.’
    • ‘Gabrielle was furiously scribbling down what she was saying when she heard another boys' voice in her ear.’
    • ‘He sat there the whole period grunting to himself and scribbling furiously in his notebooks.’
    • ‘Marcia scribbled furiously in her own notebook, apparently quite preoccupied with whatever part of her story she was writing.’
    • ‘He quickly scribbled down what he was to tell her, feeling like an idiot.’
    • ‘He hastily scribbled an apologetic note and left it on Pierre's sleeping form.’
    • ‘I opened it and found a hastily scribbled note smudged in places by water droplets.’
    • ‘I look at it curiously, my name hurriedly scribbled on the front.’
    • ‘I hurriedly scribbled his phone number on a pad of paper with trembling hands and hung up.’
    • ‘I kept writing then scribbling out then writing again then scribbling out words at random.’
    • ‘He frowned, scribbling madly on his clipboard.’
    • ‘They began to whisper, and one man scribbled on a spiral notepad.’
    • ‘Lenny scribbled on his pad of paper, then turned his eyes to me.’
    • ‘The waitress nodded and scribbled on her order pad, handing them menus.’
    • ‘Officials had to place his hand on documents for him to scribble his signature.’
    • ‘He didn't have any choice anyway, so Kelvin scribbled his signature on the end.’
    • ‘I listened to him and I remembered my own thoughts scribbled in a diary.’
    • ‘And apparently when I was a kid; I use to scribble in books with a pen before I could even write so I was always trying to do something.’
    write hurriedly, write untidily, write illegibly, scratch, scrawl, doodle, dash off, jot, jot down
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    1. 1.1informal no objectWrite for a living or as a hobby.
      • ‘she spent her last years scribbling and painting’
      • ‘She scribbles frantically on sheets of paper, then hunts through desk drawers for more writing material.’
      • ‘To her writing was something she loved to do - she never cared whether she won plaudits from critics, she was happy to scribble whenever a story came to her.’
      • ‘I'm sure many of my colleagues are frantically scribbling away on their bestsellers in their spare time.’
      • ‘In those cases, I feel duty-bound to scribble a few paragraphs.’
      • ‘And as far as I'm concerned, other people can scribble whatever they want about it.’

noun

  • A piece of writing or a picture produced carelessly or hurriedly.

    • ‘he would never be able to decipher your scribble’
    • ‘Inspired by notes and scribbles already on the pages, Byron commenced a program of drawing, painting and collage.’
    • ‘As is characteristic of Johns's graphic work of this time, the drawings feature freehand scribbles, carefully limned curves, erasures and tonal blurring.’
    • ‘Before that I made these dream journals and they were filled with poetry and scribbles.’
    • ‘All of them contain organic, cell-like splotches, dots and drips of predominantly pastel colors that are overlaid with black lines, darker scribbles and cryptic hieroglyphs.’
    • ‘In some episodes where a threat lurks, the colored scribbles grow dense and fraught, mutely warning against dangers that the character is too naive to see for himself.’
    • ‘Although the pilot creates confident spurts of white, the lines eventually pull apart, becoming just scribbles in the sky.’
    • ‘Mysterious psychedelic scribbles fill other windows, some with a figure caught within the web of marks.’
    • ‘The scribble does something besides provide a sense of enclosure, however: it creates a landmark.’
    • ‘Over each print are differently colored washes and scribbles.’
    • ‘He smears the hues and tears the forms and scribbles across the surface in a kind of eloquent frenzy.’
    • ‘The brothers practice an idiom of grandly lyric, gestural abstraction - scrawls and scribbles across a compositional field of contrasting grounds, currently silk and lead.’
    • ‘But is not the taking seriously of this kind of comment the equivalent of the exhibition curator placing an artist's kitchen table scribble alongside one of his major drawings?’
    • ‘I was asleep one night in Hollywood and woke up one morning with my notepad full of scribble and I read it.’
    • ‘You give these words, meaningless scribbles, you give them life and shape.’
    • ‘The world starts making sense, and the meaningless scribbles are left behind.’
    • ‘I scratched my head and looked down at the scribbles in my notebook.’
    • ‘The students nodded and made various scribbles in their notebooks.’
    • ‘The designers have taught me how to use proper proofing marks rather than random scribbles.’
    illegible handwriting, hurried handwriting, untidy handwriting, squiggle, squiggles, jottings
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Origin

Late Middle English from medieval Latin scribillare, diminutive of Latin scribere ‘write’.

Main definitions of scribble in English

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transitive verb

[with object]
  • Spacechem. Card (wool, cotton, etc.) coarsely.

    ‘the machine was installed by the owners to scribble wool brought in by customers’
    • ‘machinery used for scribbling and spinning’
    • ‘The first set of papers is the diary, from 1808 to 1814, of Joseph Rogerson, who ran a mill to which the clothiers brought their wool to be scribbled and prepared for spinning.’
    • ‘Afterwards it is oiled with Gallipoli oil, scribbled, carded, slabed, and spun.’
    • ‘It derives its name from Scribbling Herse, a frame on which the cloth when first made was stretched in order that it might be scribbled.’
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Origin

Late 17th century probably from Low German; compare with German schrubbeln (in the same sense), frequentative of Low German schrubben ‘to scrub’.

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Welcome to the latest major update to Fantastical!

Ever since iOS 14 was announced back in June at Apple’s (virtual) WWDC, we’ve been inundated with requests and questions about one specific new feature customers wanted to see in particular: widgets!

With today’s release of Fantastical 3.2, we’re very happy to introduce 12 different widgets that we think you’ll enjoy using and find helpful for staying on top of your day. But that’s not all we’ve added in this update, so let’s dive in and take a look at Fantastical’s new widgets, and also mention a few other features that have been included in version 3.2.

All-new Widgets overview

In what will undoubtedly come as exciting news, we’re proud to unveil Fantastical’s brand new suite of 12 widgets that are custom built for iOS 14.

Apple recommends that developers offer at least three different sizes of widgets – small, medium, and large – but we’ve been quite inspired by the potential for Fantastical with iOS 14’s widgets, and came up with no less than twelve customizable widget designs for you to use!

Coh2 tank hunter tactics. Let’s briefly discuss each of the 12 designs, starting with the 2×2 widgets…

First up is the 2×2 Icon widget. This widget shows the month, day, date, and weather. You can choose to hide the month and/or weather if you prefer a more streamlined look. The Date widget displays the same information as the Icon widget but with a different style. Choose the style you prefer! Calendar displays a 2×2 calendar so you can see exactly where about you are in the current month. Up Next displays your next event or task in detail and then lists the following item below. Event List shows your next three, upcoming items.

Next, let’s move on to the 4×2 widget size…

Date + Calendar combines the 2×2 Date and Calendar widgets into one convenient view. Calendar uses the extra space to display 2 months at a time. Up Next is able to fit longer event and task titles without truncating them. Event List also has more space to fit longer event and task titles. Event List + Calendar combines both your upcoming events and month view into a single widget.

Finally, let’s look at the large, 4×4 widgets…

These widgets make the most of your device’s screen space and offer larger versions of the Event List and the Calendar + Event List widgets, fitting more date onto your screen at once.

We think this will provide you with multiple possibilities and inspiration for different configurations, so please experiment to find what works best for you!

Customizing widgets further

Once you’ve got used to using widgets with Fantastical it’s time to start digging deeper into the various configuration possibilities that Fantastical and iOS/iPadOS 14 offer. Here are a few ideas to get you started.

First, tap and hold a widget to edit it and choose which calendar sets it should display. You can have the widget mirror active calendar set in the main app, or show another set entirely. Perhaps you could try making ‘personal’ and ‘work’ home screens on your device, collecting the apps you use in those contexts into each screen respectively. Then try adding a Fantastical widget to each home screen and enable your ‘personal’ or ‘work’ calendar set for each widget. What other ways could you use calendar sets and widgets on your home screens to organize your life?

Second, tap and hold on a widget to show or hide the events, tasks or weather. This is great if you only want to see today’s tasks in your widget and not events, or perhaps you already use a weather widget and want to hide the weather forecast in Fantastical for a more streamlined look?

Finally, try dragging multiple Fantastical widgets on top of each other to make a widget Stack. You can then quickly swipe up or down to switch between the month overview and your shopping list, all without having to open the main app!

Join conference calls quickly

In our last major update (3.1) we introduced the Join button, allowing you to join video calls instantly. This feature was especially well received by our users working from home at present, and in version 3.2, we’ve added the Join button directly to the widget too. So now you don’t even have to open the main app to join your call! Please note that this is a premium feature and requires a subscription to Fantastical Premium.

Scribble support for iPad

With all this excitement about widgets, you might have thought we’d have enough for one major release? Well, we don’t want our iPad users to feel left out, so we made sure to include support for iPadOS 14’s new Scribble feature, as well.

Use Scribble with your Apple Pencil to write your event or task details by hand. iPadOS will detect your handwriting and convert it into text, and then Fantastical’s language parser will turn this text into an item automatically. You can even jot down your notes and Scribble will automatically convert your writing into text. This is really convenient if you’re an Apple Pencil enthusiast.

General refinements and closing comments

Of course, we’ve taken the opportunity to provide a host of other refinements and polish throughout Fantastical, so expect to find a few other surprises and thoughtful attention to detail scattered throughout Fantastical 3.2.

Fantastical’s widgets are free for all users, but premium features such as multiple calendar sets and quick conference call joining require a Fantastical Premium subscription. Scribble support for iPad is also free for all users.

Most importantly, we want say thanks to all our users and especially our loyal subscribers, who continue to support Fantastical’s ongoing development and make updates like this possible. We’ll have lots more to come in the future, so be sure to keep an eye on our Twitter account and our blog.

See you soon,

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