verb (used with object), dabbed, dab·bing.
verb (used without object), dabbed, dab·bing.
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Dab says the truth—however frightening it may be—ultimately will keep people calm.
Recently, at a pot-centered radio program, someone offered me a “dab” of butane honey oil (BHO)—a concentrated form of cannabis.Hey Buddy, Wanna Dab? Inside The Mainstream Explosion of Cannabis Concentrates|Valerie Vande Panne|December 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Perspiration is a crucial ingredient, but even a dab of it will do you proud.
Several officers got very sore eyes, and the only thing to do with a scratch was to dab it with iodine at once.A Prisoner in Turkey|John Still
"Ready," said Dab, and the "Jenny" glided gracefully away from the landing with the starting push he gave her.
He was a smooth one to talk, and was a dab at the ways of gentlefolks.Great Expectations|Charles Dickens
You could open his collected works almost anywhere and shut your eyes and dab down your finger on some red-hot passage.The Girl on the Boat|Pelham Grenville Wodehouse
The Quartet is marked by all the brightness and incident which made 'Dab Kinzer' such a favorite with the boys.Queer Stories for Boys and Girls|Edward Eggleston