Definition of jab:
laggard, excavation, gibe, jar, garget, antibiotic, dawdler, compass, antidepressant, grind, prodding, grasp, travail, jibe, arm-wrestling, cross, get the picture, jog, hollow, carrier bag, turn over, labour, drudge, dab, pigeon berry, thrust aside, poke, shoulder, anabolic steroid, denounce, labor, sack, lick, decry, bout, touch, jabbing, bare-knuckle, apprehend, paper bag, slam, scoke, lambast, driving force, count out, biff, shove, knife, stab, cry foul, digging, dig, trailer, nose, thrust, thrusting, lunge, egg on, thump, incite, dig up, pound, push, dig out, bantamweight, nudge, drone, cut into, pry, corner, boxing, lagger, heave, anticoagulant, bash, pillory, bring/call/hold someone to account, anesthetic, prod, intrude, condemn, antidote, drive, savvy, comprehend, delve, moil, amphetamine, horn in, boxer, barb, poking, hit, shot, excavate, strain, box, knife thrust, blow, anaesthetic, punch, slug, slate, antacid, archeological site, shaft, grok, poke at, clout, toil, analgesic.
It took him but so many seconds to jab four or five holes through this, and adjusting it between two slopes of the power wheel so that it stood crossways and was re- enforced by the spokes themselves, he proceeded to bind it in place with the wire.- "Tom Slade Motorcycle Dispatch Bearer", Percy Keese Fitzhugh.
- "Children of the Wild", Charles G. D. Roberts.
- "Fables in Slang", George Ade.