"stab" Definition

  1. “STAB yourself and pass the dagger,” help yourself and pass the bottle.—_Theatrical Slang._
  2. “on the STAB,” _i.e._, paid by regular weekly wages on the “establishment,” of which word STAB is an abridgment.—_Printer’s term._

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Position in the dictionary: 3419 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: stab-rag, stag, stage-whisper, stagger, staggering-bob, stale drunk, stalking-horse, stall, stall off, stall your mug
Previous words in the dictionary: st. martin’s lace, squish, squirt, squinny-eyed, squiffy, squibs, squib, squeeze, squeal, squeak on a person

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