grabby : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s immoderately desirous of acquiring e.g. wealth
- As events began to unravel, and perhaps as Dictator Stalin got unexpectedly grabby, he got a big slice of Poland.
- In Hollywood, as you've probably heard, this is known as a high concept, and if it's grabby enough no one really cares if the actual movie's any good or not; the concept pretty .
- Sonique is a British dance-pop singer whose grabby new single, It Feels So Good, is scaling the charts with uncommon speed.
News & Articles
- Get your shot, you don't want to mess with tetanus
Summer weather means more time outside working, playing and savoring the sunshine. Sometimes it results in extra scrapes and scratches from grabby blackberry vines or rusty nails playing hide-and-seek. At some point, there is an injury that makes you wonder: Do I need a tetanus shot for that?
June 20, 2013 - Everett Herald
Sipping Botromagno Primitivo Italy 2009 $11.99 Rich, ripe red fruit, stony and earthy. Intense, with grabby tannins. A Zin with attitude. For strongly sauced dishes, or fatty meats. This wine is available at We Speak Wine, Troy. — Fred LeBrun
June 20, 2013 - Albany Times Union
- Fan Grabs Rihanna; Rihanna Hits Fan With Microphone
Last month, Beyoncé demonstrated the stern, all-business way to deal with a too-grabby concert attendee: tell the fan off (then wait for Julius to deal with it). Yesterday in Birmingham, England, Rihanna offered a feistier tactic: hitting the fan in the head with a microphone. The video is below; you ... More »
June 19, 2013 - Vulture
- Joe Bugel in The Virginian-Pilot
I marvel at the job he is doing,line coach Joe Bugel said. "It's not like we can give him any help. He's isolated out there, like 'Gilligan' on the island. It's such a grabby game these days, and he can't play it. But I'll say this: I...