The Hangover was a mini-comeback of sorts for you after dabbling in some indie films in the mid-2000s.
Perhaps it is the French flair of the Cohens that connotes class even while dabbling in Gap, but they do not feel so common.
In interviews, a few students admitted to dabbling in drugs on campus, but said they never heard about thuggish dealers.
dabbling in night school photography classes in Miami in 1953, a 23- or 24-year-old Yeager quickly made a splash.
He soon began playing drums, before moving on to playing Pink Floyd tunes on the piano, and dabbling in synthesizers.
I should explain that I was dabbling in finance just then, fairly successfully, and had transactions with Ravengar.
And instead of dabbling in religion for myself I put myself in its hands.
Worse,—he has been dabbling in Wall Street and may lose every cent he has.
That's rather hard on the rest of us who are dabbling in politics.
The motion of the bill in dabbling crushed the food, and facilitated its introduction into a pipe placed beneath the lower bill.
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.