Jabbing In A Sentence

Definition of Jabbing

present participle of jab | A motion or gesture that jabs; a jab.

How To Use Jabbing In A Sentence?

  • He went on with brutal tenseness, jabbing the points at her with his raised finger.
  • Probably the small bills and throats were so delicate the mother was afraid they would not bear the usual jabbing and pumping.
  • He awoke, aware of stinging pain in his eyelids and the jabbing of a thousand needles below the surface of his skin.
  • Reporters pounced on us when we left the class, jabbing at us with mics and peppering us with questions.
  • Both door and window flew open and the expected men rushed into the room and dove onto the beds jabbing into them with knives.
  • Already they were losing their tempers, slapping their customers with wet towels and jabbing great brushfuls of soap into their mouths.
  • It pierced through her foolish little play of pride like a stab, jabbing down to her secret, sentient core.
  • He was jabbing Jumbo's head and trying to shove it down within reach of his right hand.
  • The Bishop paused, and the racing, jabbing pencils of the reporters could be plainly heard in the hush of the room.
  • The bonnet she "laid aside" on a table with a certain absent care, as ladies were accustomed to treat bonnets before they got into the way of jabbing them with pins.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Jabbing | Jabbing Sentence

  • It was always jabbing him with white-hot barbs, waking or sleeping.
  • He turned, grabbed up the poker, and began jabbing viciously at the fire.

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