The word “dabbles” has 2 syllables: dab-bles.

It's pronounced as /ˈdæbəlz/.

What is synonym and antonym for dabbles?

In the thesaurus, “dabbles” has 2 synonyms and 8 antonyms.

Here are synonyms and antonyms for dabbles along with examples of usage in sentences.

Synonyms for dabbles

  • delights
  • entertains

Antonyms for dabbles

  • labors
  • plods
  • slaves
  • strives
  • struggles
  • sweats
  • toils
  • works

Meanings of dabbles

  • verb
    1. To make slightly wet or soiled by spattering or sprinkling a liquid (such as water, mud, or paint) on it; to bedabble.
    2. To cause splashing by moving a body part like a bill or limb in soft mud, water, etc., often playfully; to play in shallow water; to paddle.
    3. To participate or have an interest in an activity in a casual or superficial way.
    4. To interfere or meddle in; to tamper with.

Example Sentences

  • The artist dabbles in both traditional and digital mediums to express her creativity.
  • He dabbles in photography as a hobby, capturing moments of beauty in everyday life.
  • As an amateur chef, she dabbles in creating unique recipes with a mix of flavors.
  • The scientist dabbles in various research areas, exploring different scientific disciplines.
  • In his free time, he dabbles in writing short stories and poetry to fuel his imagination.

On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, or another words to dabbles, such as: delights, entertains, labors, plods, slaves, strives, struggles.

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