Old English Synonyms
(noun) a written or drawn mark that is made quickly and is not intended to be a finished work; a rough drawing or piece of writing
Scribble means to write or draw something quickly and without much care or attention to detail.
She scribbled a note to her husband and left it on the counter.
He scribbled a phone number on a scrap of paper and handed it to me.
The company’s logo was just a Quick scribble.
She had to scribble her signature at the bottom of the page.
The doctor scribbled a prescription and handed it to the patient.