droob


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droob

Someone who is ineffectual and boring. That guy's a real droob—don't even bother talking to him.

droob

and drube (drub)
n. a dullard; an oaf. Who’s the droob standing by the punch bowl?

drube

verb
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She will also appear in the television drama series "Droob" soon.
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Droob Shaeka series deals with all sorts of pressing social issues, including the ownership of weapons, security unrest and patriotism.
This years' edition of Droob Shaeka was close to being canceled, with plans to just replay episodes from previous years.
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