Definition of 'dilettante'
Example sentences containing 'dilettante'
It was all very well for her: her job was a dilettante hobby, a rich woman's diversion, a handy form of practical psychotherapy.COMPULSION (2002)
Kurt had seized the chance to take redundancy with the intention of assuming the life of a dilettante.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
As it is, the only taskmaster I have is me, and I am a workshy dilettante at the best of times.LOVE YOU MADLY (2002)
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