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