NounJab (plural Jabs)
- A quick stab or blow
- (boxing), a short straight punch (wikipedia:Jab)
- (UK) A medical injection
- In American English, the word jab is also used when someone is bothering someone else, what is commonly known as verbal jabs.
- To poke or thrust abruptly, or to make such a motion.
- To deliver a quick punch.
Adverbs for Jab
viciously; repeatedly; verbally; savagely; bitterly; ferociously; brutally; vindictively; malignantly.
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