dibble dibble  /ˈdɪ bəl/


  1. (n) a wooden hand tool with a pointed end; used to make holes in the ground for planting seeds or bulbs
  2. (v) plant with a wooden hand tool
  3. (v) make a hole with a wooden hand tool


  1. Memory Makers perform at Pauls Valley Opry

    The Pauls Valley Opry on June 1, despite the inclement weather and local alumni banquets, entertained visitors from Ada, Ardmore, Lone Grove, Sulphur, Little Axe, Oklahoma City, Stratford, Rosedale, Ninnekah, Roff, Lindsay, Wayne, Washington, Blanchard, Joy, Wynnewood, Elmore City, Paoli, Pernell, Lexington, Purcell, Maysville and Pauls Valley.  A large group from Dibble also visited the Opry ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Ada Evening News

  2. Sailing in Marin: Tiburon's Dibble enjoys epic cruise to New Zealand

    By the time Tiburon's Connor Dibble and his crew reached French Polynesia, deciding what to eat for dinner was as easy as diving over the side of the boat with a speargun in hand. Heck, fending for themselves had become so intuitive and simple that in Tonga they even caught and butchered a pig to dine on — something the 26-year old Dibble never thought he'd find himself doing.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Marin Independent Journal

  3. Baptist church’s cellphone tower shaped like a cross snapped off by tornado

    Pastor Sherman Dibble was at home in Palm Springs when he got calls that a tornado had snapped off a 100-foot cellphone tower shaped like a cross at his church on Orange Boulevard in The Acreage.
    on June 6, 2013     Source: The Palm Beach Post


  • "We were just more aggressive offensively in the second half than we were in the first half," Williams said. "We settled too much for outside jump shots in the first half as opposed to getting the ball inside by dibble or pass."
    on Mar 14, 2008 By: Roy Williams Source: WRAL.com

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