OTHER WORDS FROM dabbledabbler, noundab·bling·ly, adverbun·dab·bled, adjective
How to use dabble in a sentence
A former football player at Virginia’s Liberty University, the conservative evangelical institution, Council appears to have dabbled in politics, as well.Here are some of the people charged since a mob breached the Capitol|Washington Post Staff|January 15, 2021|Washington Post
He avoids red meat, seldom snacks and has dabbled in fasting, which has been shown in animal models to boost memory.
Hedge funds and wealthy individuals have dabbled in them for years in an effort to beat the market.Indiegogo founder launches Vincent, a site to discover alternative investments|Jeff|December 8, 2020|Fortune
Walgreens is dabbling with numerous partnerships to add items like groceries and mobile phones to its stores.Amazon Pharmacy is live: Shoppers can now order prescriptions directly through the tech giant|Rachel Schallom|November 17, 2020|Fortune
Soto, listed above in left field, dabbled in right this past September.What’s missing from the Nationals’ roster? Here’s an early look.|Jesse Dougherty|November 6, 2020|Washington Post
In Dornan's telling, Clinton was a "self-indulgent hedonist and phony," a dabbler in drugs, a letch.
Unfortunate Dabbler, now upon his mettle, declared that "should he ever want satisfaction, his solicitor should get it for him."
Now Dabbler was a widower; he was not of prepossessing appearance, and his h's troubled him, but Dabbler was a warm man.
"To dance implies that a man is glad," and Dabbler was a cheerful-minded fellow enough, but no lady danced with him a second time.
But he did not give in without a struggle, and he fought loyally for the absent Dabbler, but the girls were inexorable.
Joe hated Raymond Copley with all the contempt that an old sportsman has for an ignorant dabbler in the great game.Hard Pressed|Fred M. White