dabble[ dab-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF dabble
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At Vernon, his sickly condition did not permit him, when a child, to go and dabble in the Seine.
"It is not an alchemy in which myself I dabble," he said slowly.
I said I didn't think it was any use to dabble; we ought to go to the root of everything.
Marjorie was saying as she continued to dabble in the water.
But for this the turf would be a very poor thing to dabble in.
Abruptly, the temptation to dabble her feet in the creek presented itself to her.
I like her, even though she does dabble in literature; and I like Hinton too.
As a matter of fact, I used to dabble a little in pen-and-ink as a young man.
I am but ill read in ancient controversies, though I know you dabble in them.
I do wonder if potato plants do have longings to dabble their toes.