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Synonyms for dabble

play at or with

Synonyms

  • play at or with
  • toy (with)
  • potter
  • tinker (with)
  • trifle (with)
  • flirt with
  • dip into
  • fiddle with
  • dally (with)
  • scratch the surface of
  • have a smattering of
  • potter about or around or round with

Synonyms for dabble

dip a foot or hand briefly into a liquid

play in or as if in water, as of small children

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work with in an amateurish manner

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bob forward and under so as to feed off the bottom of a body of water

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To many the concept of early retirement is an ideal - to be able to dabble in art or potter about in the garden.
CARL HODGSON They are probably given as much time to dabble, but far less instruction on how to use materials available.
To qualify for the upgrade, Dabble DB developers simply have to send an e-mail to Marketing@AlphaSoftware.
Eguaras was 13 when he first began to dabble in the kitchen.
The letter inspired me to dabble into the politics of skateboarding, if only to fire off a couple of questions about another frequently mishandled skate issue.
When most financial officers kick back at the end of a full-time career, they may dabble in consulting for nonprofits or local businesses.
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The real estate auction market has reached a critical mass within the industry and with those who dabble in the market.
Sencia does dabble in some proprietary work, including a partnership project with Lakehead University's Paleo DNA Laboratory on a secure Web-based software application featuring thumb and retina scanners to gain access to sensitive and confidential documents.
Chances are Rose doesn't dabble much in non-fiction, despite his book's place atop the nonfiction list in the newspaper rankings.
Wasser connected with a trainer who dared to dabble in doo-doo.
We need to be able to do a better job with records and seeing what enterprises are making us money, especially because we dabble in other areas like the construction business.
The Rev Ron Lycett claims trick-or-treat night has a sinister side and can tempt children to dabble with the occult.
Dabble DB is closing its doors on May 18, leaving developers in the cold and their databases without a home.
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