Mansour Arbabsiar dabbled in a lot of different jobs while living in Texas.
I always felt safe,” said one former Columbia student who dabbled in selling, calling the campus a “permissive environment.
He was raised by secular Sikhs, attended a Christian school, and, as a youth, dabbled in Hinduism.
He guested as a lay preacher on the Hour of Power and dabbled in talk radio as a fill-in for Boortz.
Where you dabbled in so-called spiritual disciplines, you now ardently devote.
He had pretty features, gave infinite care to his toilet, wrote romantic poems and dabbled in water colors.
To my horror I perceived that the yellow blossoms were all dabbled with crimson.
The sky over the sea behind them was then dabbled with gray, and a smell of dawn was coming down from the mountains.
Every curate in England dabbled in geology and hunted for vestiges of Creation.
On Knob Creek, he dabbled in the water, or roved the hills and climbed the trees, with a little companion named Gallaher.
1550s, probably a frequentative of dab. Original meaning was "wet by splashing;" modern figurative sense of "do superficially" first recorded 1620s. Related: Dabbled; dabbling. An Ellen Dablewife is in the Lancashire Inquests from 1336.