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Definition of "crabbing" [crab•bing]

  • Present participle of crab. (verb)
  • The act or art of catching crabs. (noun)
  • The fighting of hawks with each other. (noun)
  • A process of scouring cloth beween rolls in a machine. (noun)

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Use "crabbing" in a sentence
  • "Later it would be peopled by a throng, young and old, hiring boats, crabbing from the long dock, drinking soda-water or merely watching the river life, idly."
  • "Anthon Steen at Holiday Sports in Burlington (360-757-4361) called the crabbing in that part of Padilla Bay "hot," and reported that two tackle shop employees dropped their pots there for"
  • "During episodes of the popular show, Alaskan king crab fishing enthusiasts are encouraged to visit a special webpage where they can print a flier that allows them to experience the adrenaline pumping action of "crabbing" for themselves."
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