- n. Plural form of jab.
“The anti-McCain/Palin jabs will only get nastier as the day wears on.”
“Hillary threw in jabs against Senator Obama at every campaign stop.”
“John McCain jabs are about as accurate as his "straight talk".”
“CNN Political Ticker: All politics, all the time Blog Archive - In radio ad, McCain jabs Obama on Cuba talks « - Blogs from CNN. com”
“But manifesting largely in short jabs, the tact comes across as alienating, whiny, and detractive.”
“Every third channel seemed to feature bickering women of all races, ages and economic classes, throwing nasty word jabs, or worse yet, actual punches.”
“She glanced over her shoulder to see him stretch his neck long and rub his cheek against the stone floor in short jabs, finding just the right spot.”
“Unless the expected is a whole lot of industry jabs, that is.”
“Here in the U.S., anyone questioning the wisdom of SO many 'jabs' in such tiny children is considered fringe or lunatic.”
“John McCain has been taking kind of jabs at that saying that what the country needs is leadership, not a manager.”
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