Friday, 6 April 2018



1. a small hand tool used to make holes in the ground for planting or transplanting bulbs, seeds, or roots
2. to make a hole in (the ground) with a dibble
3. to plant (bulbs, seeds, etc.) with a dibble

-verb (intr.)
1. to fish by allowing the bait to bob and dip on the surface (also: dib)
2. a less common word for dabble

(British) (slang) . a policeman

It only took a dibble

To unfold a red sun

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