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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of jab.


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  • Krystal gave me another hug, and a long, lingering kiss, and I didn't even mind where the hilt of her sword jabbed into my guts.

    The Death of Chaos

  • His sword jabbed into the sweet roundness of her belly.

    Rogue Of Gor

  • The casual, everyday racing expression jabbed in my mind like a needle.

    Dead Cert

  • On April 13, a man in black with a curved sword jabbed at the ATM, then smashed his way through the glass front door, then roamed around, leaping over counters and jabbing at more things with the sword before departing empty-handed (and bleeding).

    Creative Loafing Atlanta

  • The Thrakian’s sword jabbed out, piercing Antiphones’ belly.

    Lord of the Silver Bow

  • "He had it covered, I kind of jabbed at it and popped it free," Beach said. Local, Sports, Business and Entertainment News

  • Says they preach no penalties all the time, and then he kind of jabbed the officials saying they were "bang-bang" plays, but two or three of them were "justifiable calls".

    Black Shoe Diaries

  • That he had the point of a sword jabbed into it once when he was fencing. "

    The King's Esquires The Jewel of France

  • My right arm and my elbow kind of jabbed me in the ribs. " Sports

  • The Colorado-based Medical Marijuana Assistance Program of America MMAPA responded on Tuesday to being jabbed over the weekend by Saturday Night Live, calling the show's joke funny, if inaccurate.

    Local Medical Marijuana Organization Responds To SNL Ribbing


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