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Etymology:

From jab


Adjective:

Adjective jabby (comparative jabbier, superlative jabbiest) short yet vigorous and forceful. 2008 April 4, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times: Its tight, jabby songs, influenced equally by minimalist post-punk and sentimental white soul, end just when you think you’ve figured them out. Characterized by jab-like rhymthms or actions. Short, jabby movements of the knife.


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