Alright, y'all. Let's dabble in grammar.
To dabble is to get just a little wet by splashing a bit.
Feeling ogled, and not wanting to talk to any of the other attendees, I arranged myself into a posture I hoped would look aloof and mysterious, one that would say, "I might dabble in Muay Thai or Krav Maga. You don't know."
Explain the meaning of "dabble" without saying "toy with" or "play around with."
Fill in the blank: "I've tried once or twice to _____. One of these days, I'll do more than dabble."
Spend 20 seconds or more on the game below. Don’t skip straight to the review—let your working memory empty out first.
1. The opposite of DABBLE is
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