Definitions for dabblingly
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
dab•bleˈdæb əl(v.)-bled, -bling.
(v.i.)to play and splash in or as if in water, esp. with the hands.
to work at anything in an irregular or superficial manner:
to dabble in literature.
(of a duck) to feed on shallow-water vegetation with rapid, splashing movements of the bill.
(v.t.)to wet slightly in or with a liquid; splash; spatter.
Origin of dabble:
1550–60; prob. dab1+ -le
in a dabbling manner