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grabby

grabby

adjective grab·by \ˈgra-bē\

: tending to take things in a quick and selfish way

grab·bi·ergrab·bi·est

Full Definition of GRABBY

1
:  tending to grab :  grasping, greedy <grabby hands> <taught the children not to be grabby>
2
:  having the power to grab the attention <grabby ads>

Examples of GRABBY

  1. You need to learn to share and not be so grabby.
  2. <very young children tend to be grabby and often refuse to share>

First Known Use of GRABBY

1910

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