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Definition of "grabbing" []

  • Present participle of grab. (verb)

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Use "grabbing" in a sentence
  • "When Aussie rockers AC / DC, the biggest-selling heavy metal band in the world, with album sales in excess of 200 million, signed a huge multi-album deal with Sony in 2002, some observers believed both parties were being disingenuous about their real motives, with the band grabbing one last big pay-day, and the label grabbing the rights to remastered reissues of rock's most successful back catalogue."
  • "After he reportedly kicked one of the aides, Ms. Card said she used therapeutic touching, which she described as grabbing him just enough to get his attention."
  • "Unfortunately, Northrup's measured wisdom and Utian's warnings were no match in grabbing the audience's attention compared to the anectodal testimonies of Robin McGraw and others about bioidentical hormones."