dibble was subsequently named deputy chief of mission at the U.S. Embassy in London.
Jones and dibble were responsible for security in Libya, Maxwell and three State Department officials said.
"If I were you I'd hunt it up on my own account," put in dibble.
Doctor taps Mr. dibble on the eyebrow with his forefinger, and away they go.
She had a tear up cold too, but Dr. dibble treat her en de cough better now.
This young lady, a Miss dibble, is downstairs, where her typewriter will not bother.
I saw you always used the right leg to jam down the dibble with, and then you kicked the hole full with the right heel.
Yes, put that down, too, Miss dibble; I want people to know everything!
When at last we had finished I followed dibble below, and we retired.
But, of course, it was Mrs. dibble who could tell the most, and who was more in demand than ever.
"tool to make a hole in the soil (as to plant seeds)," mid-15c., probably from Middle English dibben (perhaps akin to dip) + instrumental suffix -le. The verb is from 1580s. Related: Dibbled; dibbling.