stab


stab
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noun
1 with a knife
ADJECTIVE
quick
VERB + STAB
make

The boy made a stab at the pig.

STAB + NOUN
wound
PREPOSITION
stab at, stab to

a stab to the chest

PHRASES
a stab to the heart (figurative)

Each word felt like a stab to the heart.

2 sudden pain
ADJECTIVE
sharp, sudden
VERB + STAB
feel
PHRASES
stab of

He felt a sharp stab of disappointment.

a stab of pain

3 attempt
ADJECTIVE
brave, good
half-hearted

She made a half-hearted stab at medical school, and quickly withdrew.

wild
first

He took his first stab at directing.

VERB + STAB
have, make, take
PREPOSITION
stab at

I had a stab at answering the question.

PHRASES
a stab in the dark (figurative)

It was only a stab in the dark, but I hoped I could learn something.

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verb
ADVERB
repeatedly

He is accused of repeatedly stabbing a 16-year-old boy.

fatally

He was fatally stabbed.

accidentally

Tina accidentally stabbed herself with her pencil.

VERB + STAB
threaten to
try to
PREPOSITION
at, in

He was stabbed in the chest.

with

I stabbed at my meat with my fork.

PHRASES
be found stabbed

He was found stabbed in his car.

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stab sb to death
Stab is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑pain
Stab is used with these nouns as the object: ↑finger

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