verb (used with object), dib·bled, dib·bling.
verb (used without object), dib·bled, dib·bling.
Origin of dibble
Related formsdib·bler, noun
Examples from the Web for dibble
Dibble was subsequently named deputy chief of mission at the U.S. Embassy in London.Congress: Hillary’s Benghazi Investigation Let Top Officials Escape Blame|Josh Rogin|September 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Jones and Dibble were responsible for security in Libya, Maxwell and three State Department officials said.Exclusive: Hillary’s Benghazi ‘Scapegoat’ Speaks Out|Josh Rogin|May 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They do not plough it, but dibble the corn in without cleaning it, as the burning straw destroys the roots of all the weeds.The History of Margaret Catchpole|Richard Cobbold
Old Dibble, our drill-sergeant, was very unlike him in most respects, but still he won all our hearts.Ernest Bracebridge|William H. G. Kingston
Dibble, dib′l, n. a pointed tool used for making holes to put seed or plants in—also Dibb′er.
She had a tear up cold too, but Dr. Dibble treat her en de cough better now.
Dibble, in going back, left his team unfastened, and while he was "smiling" with his jovial companions the team ran away.Fifty Years In The Northwest|William Henry Carman Folsom