Definition of 'nabbed'
Example sentences containing 'nabbed'
`It would have been nice if we could have nabbed the museum robbers after being chased off the case,"THREE IN ONE
It took a little time and thought, but she finally nabbed Nikki Theoradis at St Tropez where she was holidaying with a trusted colleague.LAST SHOT
They ate ravenously, looking up every minute, like stray dogs whose meal might be nabbed from them at any second.DREAMS OF INNOCENCE
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