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stabbing, present participle; stabbed, past participle; stabs, 3rd person singular present; stabbed, past tense;
  1. (of a person) Thrust a knife or other pointed weapon into (someone) so as to wound or kill
    • - he stabbed him in the stomach
    • - the fatal stabbings of four rival gang members
  2. Make a thrusting gesture or movement at something with a pointed object
    • - she stabbed at the earth with the fork
    • - she stabbed the air with her forefinger
  3. (of a sharp or pointed object) Violently pierce
    • - a sharp end of wicker stabbed into his sole
  4. (of a pain or painful thing) Cause a sudden sharp sensation
    • - I felt a stabbing pain in my chest
  1. A thrust with a knife or other pointed weapon
    • - multiple stab wounds
  2. A wound made in such a way
    • - she had a deep stab in the back
  3. A thrusting movement with a finger or other pointed object
    • - impatient stabs of his finger
  4. A shot made with a thrusting motion

  5. A sudden sharp feeling or pain
    • - she felt a stab of jealousy
  6. An attempt to do (something)
    • - Meredith made a feeble stab at joining in

  1. knife: use a knife on; "The victim was knifed to death"
  2. pang: a sudden sharp feeling; "pangs of regret"; "she felt a stab of excitement"; "twinges of conscience"
  3. a strong blow with a knife or other sharp pointed instrument; "one strong stab to the heart killed him"
  4. stab or pierce; "he jabbed the piece of meat with his pocket knife"
  5. jab: poke or thrust abruptly; "he jabbed his finger into her ribs"
  6. shot: informal words for any attempt or effort; "he gave it his best shot"; "he took a stab at forecasting"
  7. The stab is a breakdance technique necessary to perform many downrock and power moves. It is not a distinct move, but is incorporated into many breakdance moves including the turtle, cricket, jackhammer, crab-walk, hand glide, some versions of the windmill, and many other floats and freezes. ...
  8. Scream 2 is a 1997 horror comedy film, the second part of the Scream trilogy. This movie takes place one year after the original. ...
  9. During World War II, the suffix Stab (Staff) was used in the German Luftwaffe (air force) to designate a headquarters unit. This applied to subordinate units in each Gruppe or Geschwader -- the equivalent units to wings and groups in other air forces.
  10. In music, a stab is a single staccato chord that adds dramatic impact to a composition. Stabs are usually provided by horns (real or synthesized) or an orchestral sample, usually occur on a 1-beat, and are frequently used in funk, freestyle, and ska.
  11. A stabbing is the penetration with a sharp or pointed object at close range. Stab connotes purposeful action, as by an assassin or murderer, but it is also possible to accidentally stab oneself or others, although such stabbings are rarely serious and still more rarely fatal. ...
  12. stabs (sometimes written STABS) is a debugging data format for storing information about computer programs for use by symbolic and source-level debuggers. It "was apparently invented by Peter Kessler at the University of California, Berkeley" for use with a Pascal compiler. ...
  13. An act of stabbing or thrusting with an object; A wound made by stabbing; Pain inflicted on a person's feelings; An attempt; Criticism; To pierce or to wound with a pointed tool or weapon, especially a knife or dagger; To aim a blow with a weapon or a finger (at someone or something); To aim ...
  14. (stabbing) An incident in which a person is stabbed
  15. (Stabbed) This is a symbol of anger. While it cannot be argued that stabbing someone is an angry and violent act knives also indicate being cut up over something. To be stabbed in the back can symbolize anger from the past (anything to your back is symbolically in the past in a dream). ...
  16. (Stabbing) to stitch with wire through the side of gathered work at the binding edge.
  17. (Stabbing) To bind a series of pages with wire staples such that staples enter from the front and back simultaneously, neither side being long enough to exit the opposite side.
  18. (Stabbing) Move the record quickly one way or the other to produce a stabbing sound.
  19. (Stabbing) The term used formerly for piercing the boards with a bodkin for the slips to pass through; more generally known now as "holeing." The operation of piercing pamphlets for the purpose of stitching.
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  21. A short pre-recorded sound inserted into a program or bulletin to create a pause or provide a break between different segments. See also sting below.
  22. SEAL Tactical Assault Boat, being a small fast insertion and extraction watercraft.
  23. is the same-type attack bonus. This is equal to 1.5 if the attack is of the same type as the user, and 1 if otherwise.
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  25. a term used to identify the location on a loadcenter’s