- v. Simple past tense and past participle of dabble.
- adj. covered with bright patches (often used in combination)
“Appearing on Bill Maher's Politically Incorrect almost a decade ago, O'Donnell confessed to having "dabbled" in witchcraft including a date on a "satanic altar.”
“It's a lovely place. â¢ I think that mentioning that I "dabbled" in witchcraft is a cool way to address today's youth.”
“• I think that mentioning that I "dabbled" in witchcraft is a cool way to address today's youth.”
“So my sophomore year - I kind of dabbled in rock climbing in high school and so I joined the rock climbing club.”
“I could also imagine it's really confusing/angering when so many in the Tea Party love to demonize Muslims and now have to defend a candidate who admittedly "dabbled" in witchcraft, dated witches and had a picnic on a satanic altar.”
“How many of you have "dabbled" in another religion?”
“Wiccan organizations are taking offense to O'Donnell distancing herself from remarks that she "dabbled" with witchcraft.”
“And my competent - not the "American tai chi" guy - tai chi teacher was an ex-marine who had studied karate in Okinawa and become a teacher, had done judo - (think he was on the Marine Corps judo team, but I don't remember for sure), had "dabbled" in aikido - (only seven years), and had a chemical engineering background.”
“To Michelle~ I am a recent Communication major with an emphasis on Journalism ... so I have "dabbled" a bit in the releases & press kit info.”
“Well, forget about the Wall Street guys who "dabbled" in investing.”
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