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  • adj. comparative form of grabby: more grabby


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  • In my experience, it will make little difference either way, except that the second option will be lighter and a bit grabbier and more powerful.

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  • Something grabbier was needed, which is why a couple of noontimes later he was occupying a counter stool at Bella's, the greasy spoon nearest to Gus Benjamin's business, Planet Glass, located in the auto-repair district in the far West Fifties.


  • Quickly and without thinking -- which Eclipse movie seems slightly cooler, grabbier, more substantial, more erotically intriguing?

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  • If you do, you've no doubt noticed huge budget cuts, and grabbier than ever "all rights" contracts lately.


  • But now that its articles are being published in a newspaper, can readers expect saucier headlines and grabbier opening lines from Charlottesville Tomorrow? email (will not be shown) (required) * People say the darndest things, but if they use language stronger than

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  • It's grabbier than the common and trite phrases. "



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