Antonyms of DABBLE

  • take seriously.

Examples of usage:

  1. I fancy he has had scant time to dabble in your little intellectual fads. "A Romance in Transit" by Francis Lynde
  2. Beyond doubt in its neighbourhood would be the key to the iron box; and when its owner lay on his back, his bulbous eyes glaring upward to where the moon trickled through the thick foliage of the mango tree beneath which they sat, he would seize the keys and be first to dabble his grimy fingers in the glittering gems. "Caste" by W. A. Fraser
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