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Definition of "dabbling" [dabbling]

  • The fact of being involved in an activity in a frivolous or superficial way (noun)
  • The fact of taking drugs occasionally without being a habitual user (noun)
  • Present participle of dabble. (verb)

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  • An act in which something is dabbled in (noun)

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Use "dabbling" in a sentence
  • "These other individuals are sort of what I call dabbling in cosmetic surgery."
  • "To-day, they manifested a particular attachment to a well at the bottom of the lawn, where they persisted in dabbling with sticks and pebbles, for above half an hour."
  • "But Rogert has reaped one sizable benefit from "dabbling" - his word - in boat dealing, Joe Jordan reported on the Internet site Nebraska Watchdog."
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