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Grabbed

ɡrab

Meanings of Grabbed:

verb

Grasp or seize suddenly and roughly.

Usage examples:

She grabbed him by the shirt collar
noun

A quick sudden clutch or attempt to seize.

Usage examples:

He made a grab at the pistol

Grabber

ˈɡræb.ər

Meanings of Grabber:

noun

A device with two parts that open and close on the end, used for taking hold of or picking up things

Usage examples:

I added a metal pot grabber to my kit to grab and lift cans and metal pots off the fire., the probe…

Meanings of Grabbers:

noun

A device with two parts that open and close on the end, used for taking hold of or picking up things

Usage examples:

I added a metal pot grabber to my kit to grab and lift cans and metal pots off the fire., the probe…

Meanings of Grabbier:

adjective

Having or showing a selfish desire for something; greedy.

Usage examples:

Don't be so grabby—i was here before you

Meanings of Grabbiest:

adjective

Having or showing a selfish desire for something; greedy.

Usage examples:

Don't be so grabby—i was here before you

Meanings of Grabbing:

verb

Grasp or seize suddenly and roughly.

Usage examples:

She grabbed him by the shirt collar
noun

A quick sudden clutch or attempt to seize.

Usage examples:

He made a grab at the pistol
suffix

Getting or taking a lot of the stated thing

Usage examples:

A money-grabbing scheme, a headline-grabbing court case (= one which is being written about a lot i…

Grabble

ˈɡrab(ə)l

Meanings of Grabble:

verb

Feel or search with the hands; grope about.

Usage examples:

They deserve to grabble in the dirt and get nothing for it but a dry gut-rumble.

Grabbled

ˈɡrab(ə)l

Meanings of Grabbled:

verb

Feel or search with the hands; grope about.

Usage examples:

They deserve to grabble in the dirt and get nothing for it but a dry gut-rumble.

Grabbles

ˈɡrab(ə)l

Meanings of Grabbles:

verb

Feel or search with the hands; grope about.

Usage examples:

They deserve to grabble in the dirt and get nothing for it but a dry gut-rumble.

Grabbling

ˈɡrab(ə)l

Meanings of Grabbling:

verb

Feel or search with the hands; grope about.

Usage examples:

They deserve to grabble in the dirt and get nothing for it but a dry gut-rumble.

Grabby

ˈɡræb.i

Meanings of Grabby:

adjective

Having or showing a selfish desire for something; greedy.

Usage examples:

Don't be so grabby—i was here before you

Meanings of Graben:

noun

An elongated block of the earth's crust lying between two faults and displaced downwards relative to the blocks on either side, as in a rift valley.

Usage examples:

These faults bound horsts, grabens and tilted blocks.

Grabs

ɡræb

Meanings of Grabs:

verb

Grasp or seize suddenly and roughly.

Usage examples:

She grabbed him by the shirt collar
noun

A quick sudden clutch or attempt to seize.

Usage examples:

He made a grab at the pistol

Grace

ɡreɪs

Meanings of Grace:

noun

Smoothness and elegance of movement.

Usage examples:

She moved through the water with effortless grace
verb

Bring honour or credit to (someone or something) by one's attendance or participation.

Usage examples:

He is one of the best players ever to have graced the game

Graced

ɡreɪs

Meanings of Graced:

verb

Bring honour or credit to (someone or something) by one's attendance or participation.

Usage examples:

He is one of the best players ever to have graced the game
noun

Smoothness and elegance of movement.

Usage examples:

She moved through the water with effortless grace

Graceful

ˈɡreɪsfʊl

Meanings of Graceful:

adjective

Having or showing grace or elegance.

Usage examples:

She was a tall girl, slender and graceful

Gracefully

ˈɡreɪs.fəl.i

Meanings of Gracefully:

adverb

In an attractively elegant way.

Usage examples:

The boat glides gracefully through the water

Gracefulness

ˈɡreɪs.fəl.nəs

Meanings of Gracefulness:

noun

The quality of being smooth, relaxed, and attractive

Usage examples:

She tends to move with a light and airy gracefulness., horses perform a series of moves, and their …

Meanings of Graceless:

adjective

Lacking grace, elegance, or charm.

Usage examples:

He wanted to speak so as not to seem sullen or graceless

Gracelessly

ˈɡreɪs.ləs.li

Meanings of Gracelessly:

adverb

In a way that lacks beauty

Usage examples:

He marched forward and gracelessly threw himself down on the cushions., we dismounted gracelessly a…

Gracelessness

ˈɡreɪs.ləs.nəs

Meanings of Gracelessness:

noun

The quality of being rude or unpleasant

Usage examples:

There is a depressing gap between the nurses and the sheer gracelessness of some of their customers…

Meanings of Gracer:

noun

A person who graces something; a source of provider of grace.

Meanings of Graces:

noun

Smoothness and elegance of movement.

Usage examples:

She moved through the water with effortless grace
verb

Bring honour or credit to (someone or something) by one's attendance or participation.

Usage examples:

He is one of the best players ever to have graced the game
phrase

Ways of behaving that are considered polite and pleasant

Usage examples:

Social graces ken is sadly lacking in social graces., he had no dress sense and was utterly without…

Gracias

ˈgrasjas

Meanings of Gracias:

exclamation

Thank you.

Usage examples:

Gracias for your work!

Gracile

ˈɡrasɪl

Meanings of Gracile:

adjective

(of a hominid species) of slender build.

Usage examples:

But today, there are eight putative species of early gracile hominid - and a number of the most rec…

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