Definition of Dabbler. Meaning of Dabbler. Synonyms of Dabbler

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Definition of Dabbler

Dabbler
Dabbler Dab"bler, n. 1. One who dabbles. 2. One who dips slightly into anything; a superficial meddler. ``our dabblers in politics.' --Swift.

Meaning of Dabbler from wikipedia

- interface. Dabbler was released as "Art Dabbler" after the MetaCreations merger, and rights were eventually transferred to Corel. Dabbler operating system...
- In computer science, the double dabble algorithm is used to convert binary numbers into binary-coded decimal (BCD) notation. It is also known as the shift-and-add-3...
- family Anatidae (swans, geese and ducks). Its surviving members are the dabbling ducks, which feed mainly at the surface rather than by diving. The other...
- Dabble is an anagram word game designed by George Weiss, who was 84 years old at the time, and published by INI, LLC in 2011. An app version was Kotaku's...
- Dabble DB was a web application written using the Seaside web framework which allows users to create database applications using a web browser. A Dabble...
- Dabble Bank is a Site of Special Scientific Interest in the Easington district of County Durham, England. It lies about 1 km west of the village of Haswell...
- Pintail may refer to: Northern pintail (Anas acuta), sometimes called the pintail, the most common pintail species White-ch****ed pintail (Anas bahamensis)...
- (2 species) – dabbling ducks or Tadorninae? Callonetta, ringed teal – dabbling ducks or Tadorninae? Chenonetta, maned duck (1 living species) – dabbling ducks...
- Chelsea Olivia Wijaya, better known by her stage name Chelsea Olivia, (born 29 July 1992) is an Indonesian actress and pop singer. Olivia is the youngest...
- The gadwall (Mareca strepera) is a common and widespread dabbling duck in the family Anatidae. The gadwall was first described by Carl Linnaeus in his...
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