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See definition of dallier on Dictionary.com
  • as indilettante
  • as indilly-dallier
  • as inlady-killer
  • as inphilanderer

synonyms for dallier

  • connoisseur
  • abecedarian
  • aesthete
  • dabbler
  • greenhorn
  • rookie
  • tenderfoot
  • trifler
  • tyro
  • uninitiate
  • nonprofessional
  • smatterer
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  • professional
      • faithful
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      How to use dallier in a sentence

      Believe me, the Britisher is a mere dallier in comparison with his American golfing cousin.
      THE COMPLETE GOLFER [1905]HARRY VARDON
      In fact, some of these are too far from Bec-dAllier, while others are too near Bourges, and most of them are situated in a plain.
      HISTORY OF JULIUS CAESAR VOL. 2 OF 2NAPOLEON III, EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH, 1808-1873.
      Finally the last dallier had his say, and, after an exchange of cordial good nights, departed.
      A PIRATE OF PARTSRICHARD NEVILLE
      You know what he says—'The aesthete is, after all, only a dallier.
      THE TEMPTING OF TAVERNAKEE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
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      WORDS RELATED TO DALLIER

      • abecedarian
      • aesthete
      • connoisseur
      • dabbler
      • dallier
      • greenhorn
      • nonprofessional
      • rookie
      • smatterer
      • tenderfoot
      • trifler
      • tyro
      • uninitiate
      Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.