Dabbles in - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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dabble in (something)
To do something sporadically or as a hobby. Oh, I only dabbled in painting when I was younger—it's not like I went to art school or anything.
dabble in something
to be involved in something in a casual manner. She dabbled in local politics for a while. I want to dabble in something new for a while.
To do some activity occasionally, superficially, or without ambition: I've dabbled in painting, but I'm not very good.
References in periodicals archive
Almost any home user dabbles in
Ebay sales at some point or another, or buys on the site: EBAY: THE MISSING MANUAL covers both buying and selling on eBay; from doing so for fun to making a profit or even a living.
Good girl Holly dabbles in
Alexa's more free-spirited lifestyle, and Alexa finds herself wanting something more than just a good time.
On his new album, Kravitz again displays an affinity for many cousins of classic rock, and even dabbles in
a few distant relatives.
She regrets that she has rarely been asked about her private world, but in real life she plays the viola de gamba, does crossword puzzles, and dabbles in
singing and ballroom dancing.