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- n. One who, or that which, grabs (seizes).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who seizes or grabs.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which grabs, grasps, or snatches.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an unpleasant person who grabs inconsiderately
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That's when the hand-grabber is most likely to find his quarry.
We'll ask about it -- it's called a grabber -- we'll ask about it when we come back.
Let's pick up -- that's called the grabber (ph), as you know.
They chose a £24.99 leaf grabber, which is their most expensive item.
Sexual conduct of an inappropriate nature is an American attention grabber, that is for sure.
The software is compatible with plug-ins, which include a NTLM and Lan Man password grabber and Apple key chain extractor shipped with the law enforcement only version.
"grabber" - a radio and computer combination that monitors the QRSS portion of the 30m band, converts the signals into digital spectrographic images, and publishes them on the internet.
"grabber" -- a device that lets you pick up litter without bending over.
Sounds like a great idea but it's really just a headline grabber which is predicated on the assumption that they will win the next General Election.
Speedo vice president Stu Isaac calls the bonus, proposed by Phelps 'agent a year ago, a "grabber," something to generate attention in a U.S. sports culture that measures its athletes more by contract numbers than by athletic accomplishment.