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- adj. having one or more sharp points
- adj. quick and thrusting
- adj. coming on suddenly and acutely felt
- adj. staccato
- adj. penetrating and hostile
- adj. acting in a violent and/or deranged manner
- adj. angry or irritated
You just never know when you're going to feel a bit "stabby".
It's not often that I feel "stabby" but it's a feeling that is more and more common when I'm doing something like, oh I don't know, breathing oxygen.
Angella for the term "stabby" which is so accurate, isn't it?), Hayley decided that she really wanted to cook something.
Now Australia's version of the "Today Show" completely falls apart during a discussion about a "long, stabby thing" that one of the co-host's keeps by his bed to fend off intruders.
GEORGIE: Well, Tim's my long stabby thing, but I used to have the Olympic torch under the bed when I was single.
The ongoing itch has mutated, causing sharp stabby pain yesterday.
Anyone out to injure is probably going to know enough to make those things all stabby anyway.
My darlings, these are just a few of the many signs that your online dreamboat wants to get all stabby on your fine self.
I wear a small metal pin badge on my stabby bearing the flag of my country, the Cross of St George.
As a CBRN officer I get an issued camelback and rig it to my stabby when very hot and on foot, but I spend most of my time in a panda which thankfully has air con.