Definition of dabbles

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Examples of usage:
  1. Likewhich myself not bein' a F R H nor likely to be I'm bound to confess I dabbles in it a bit though there's a chap wot I gets cheap shrubs of his Latin's worse nor mine an' 'e's got all the three letters after 'is name - God's Good Man by Marie Corelli

  2. If Mr Hepworth hadn't said the girl had real talent I'd be hopeless of the whole thing said Nan for I do think the most futile sort of young woman is the one who dabbles in Art with a big A Oh Christine Farley isn't that sort declared Patty - Patty's Success by Carolyn Wells

  3. Gremion standing up with his arms crossed said laughing diabolically 'Did the Nazarene the famous Messiah who dabbles in prophesying predict to you what would happen Genevieve - The Silver Cross or The Carpenter of Nazareth by Eugène Sue