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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of dib.
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They were hired out as farmhands, wandering up and down the rows of corn and bean fields, sometimes dropping seeds into dibbed holes, sometimes chopping weeds from the parched ground.
The chicks had nearly all gone under the mother-hens, only one or two last adventurous ones still dibbed about in the dryness under the straw roof shelter.
For pod and seed production planting is usually on the flat and the seeds are dibbed in holes about 2.5 cm deep, at the beginning of the rainy season.
The holes are to be dibbed along the side of the line.
I gathered with my fellow start group on the line, dibbed my dibber and then we set off to the give out point which was a quick spin down the road.
Every time an item is dibbed, the price goes down.