jab[ jab ]SEE DEFINITION OF jab
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JAB
Cochise let go the ladder with one hand to jab his knife at Lennon's leg.
A jab from someone's elbow had decorated Dulcie Vale with a black eye.
He shortened his right arm for a jab like the crash of a pile-driver.
We can jab it off its hook with a billiard-cue, I should think, Moke.
If I see another one, I'll jab him with one of these knitting needles.
But be careful not to give me a jab, won't you, please, Thad?
To stop, you jab an iron brake into the snow or ice and call out "Tar!"
Makes him wince a little, that jab does, and he flushes up under the eyes.
"We'll have to get a pole and jab him," he said, when we came to the timber.
The jab in the back is nothing much—must have glanced off a rib.