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Word of The Day by @Only4TheReal 12/17/15


Not just a dance 
  1. to pat or tap gently, as with something soft or moist: The child dabbed his eyes with the handkerchief. 
  2. to apply (a substance) by light strokes: He dabbed the ointment on the rash. 
  3. to strike, especially lightly, as with the hand. 
  4. Masonry. to dress (stonework) with pointed tool. 
  5. Western U.S. to throw (a rope or line) in an effort to lasso or catch something: Joe dabbed his rope on the steer. 
— verb (used without object), dabbed, dab·bing. 
  1. to strike lightly; make dab; pat: She dabbed at the stain on her dress. 
— noun 
  1. quick or light blow; pat, as with the hand or something soft. 
  2. small moist lump or mass: dab of butter. 
  3. small quantity: dab of powder. 
— noun 
  1. any of several flatfishes of the genus Limanda, especially the European flatfish, L. limanda. 
— noun 
  1. Also called dab hand. person skilled in something; an expert. 
  2. an excellent or extraordinary person or thing. 
— adjective 
  1. expert; excellent; extraordinary


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