Definition of 'jabbed'
Example sentences containing 'jabbed'
He listened intently, jabbed furiously three or four times at the transmitting key, then leapt to his feet, tearing his headphones off.THE LONELY SEA (2001)
He rubbed his neck where she had jabbed him, fingering the small bead of blood that came away on his finger.TREASON KEEP (2001) EVERVILLE (2001)
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