Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of jab.

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Examples

  • Hillary threw in jabs against Senator Obama at every campaign stop.

    Clinton op-ed: 'Why I Continue to Run'

  • CNN Political Ticker: All politics, all the time Blog Archive - In radio ad, McCain jabs Obama on Cuba talks « - Blogs from CNN. com

    In radio ad, McCain jabs Obama on Cuba talks

  • John McCain jabs are about as accurate as his "straight talk".

    In radio ad, McCain jabs Obama on Cuba talks

  • The anti-McCain/Palin jabs will only get nastier as the day wears on.

    No Sleep Demons

  • But manifesting largely in short jabs, the tact comes across as alienating, whiny, and detractive.

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  • Every third channel seemed to feature bickering women of all races, ages and economic classes, throwing nasty word jabs, or worse yet, actual punches.

    Lori Bryant Woolridge: Can We Get a Little Sister Love?

  • 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.

    Raven Speak

  • 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.

    Raven Speak

  • 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.

    Raven Speak

  • 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.

    Raven Speak

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