(noun)Onewhoengagesinanactivity superficially or without seriousintent.SeeSynonymsatamateur.
(verb) to dip, move, or splash (the fingers, feet, etc) in a liquid
(verb) to deal (with) or work (at) frivolously or superficially; play (at)
(verb) to daub, mottle, splash, or smear
Use "dabbler" in a sentence
"She suggests that the growth offered by buy-to-let property has resulted in "dabbler" landlords who, facing an economic downturn, are harassing tenants and seem unaware that evicting renters without notice can be acrime."
"I'm just 'dabbler' in the soap world, but I love seeing you link and talk about all the wonderful products."
"Although Ms. Amato, 28, was a "dabbler" cook, her husband's idea of a fine meal was a fried bologna sandwich, she says."