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Webster

English Word:

dabbler


English Pronunciation:

dab•bler


Noun:


⇨Definition

1. One who dabbles.

2. One who dips slightly into anything; a superficial meddler. "our dabblers in politics." Swift.



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Wiktionary

Etymology:

from dabble + -er


Synonyms:

amateur dilettante


Noun:

dabbler (plural dabblers) one who dabbles Marissa was just a dabbler when it came to writing; she blogged a little, but had never submitted any work to a serious publication.


Anagrams:

drabble


Reference:

dabbler

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