from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who dibbles, or an instrument for dibbling.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who, or that which, dibbles, or makes holes in the ground for seed.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun A small Australian
marsupialof the genus Parantechinus (Parantechinus apicalis), somewhat reminiscent of a mouse.
- noun A
dibble(device for making holes in which to plant seeds).
- noun A person who uses a
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Other conservation projects in Southwest Australia include community-based recovery programs for the threatened Carnaby's black-cockatoo, western ground parrot (Pezoporus wallicus flaviventris), noisy scrub-bird, malleefowl (Leipoa ocellata) and the marsupial 'mouse' known as the dibbler (Parentechinus apicalis).
Bloomfield hopes that Isaac will gain such support for his invention of an improved pea/potato dibbler.
 Refers to Isaac's attempt to perfect a mechanical dibbler; Mr
GvlGeologist, FCD replied to comment from franz dibbler
You will never turn magistrate nor bean - dibbler, nor make yourself of use in the country, and therefore why should you not live where you like to live best?
Mansukhbhai has also developed a seed-cum fertiliser dibbler.
: Sorry, Afternoon Isaac hunt, dibbler, kermit and Retryboy … ….
Sorry, Afternoon Isaac hunt, dibbler, kermit and Retryboy … ….
Not sure what he’d do if genuine martyrdom would advance the evangelical goal. franz dibbler
The said Sully, a barracker associated with tinkers, the blackhand, Shovellyvans, wreuter of annoyimgmost letters and skirriless ballets in Parsee Franch who is Magrath’s thug and smells cheaply of Power’s spirits, like a deepsea dibbler, and he is not fit enough to throw guts down to a bear.