(verb) Third-person singularsimplepresentindicativeform of dab.
(verb) to touch lightly and quickly
(verb) to daub with short tapping strokes
(verb) to apply (paint, cream, etc) with short tapping strokes
(noun) a small amount, esp of something soft or moist
(noun) a small light stroke or tap, as with the hand
Use "dabs" in a sentence
"* chodin dabs the corner of his eye …. with his own dick*"
"Simon King, of restaurant 1861 near Abergavenny, is advocating that we eat fish such as dabs and flounder that have a fantastic flavour but are much cheaper than better known species such as sole."
"Unlike most sculptors' drawings, but like many of Smith's vigorous works on paper, it exists only in terms of floating dabs of home-brewed ink on a flat surface, its rhythms echoing Japanese calligraphy, its lacy all-overness indebted to Jackson Pollock's poured paintings."