- to arrest or capture.
- to catch or seize, especially suddenly.
- to snatch or steal.
- By a large margin, it's the youngest women they believe they can plausibly nab.
- It took British authorities years to nab Altaf Hussain, the infamous Pakistani cult/party leader.
- This is not the first time the site has been willing to dole out big bucks to nab public figures.
- I know how hard it is to even try and nab Bill for an interview—going through his lawyer, etc.—so how did you corral him?
- There were plenty of armed and uniformed posse members helping out or looking for unauthorized immigrants to nab.
- The day is one that will long be remembered by those who took part in the trips round the Nab.
- When you nab them, you feel as if they hadn't a fair show; it hardly seems a sporting proposition.
- One knows these gentlemen the Parisian police: how they cry a wolf and then go out and nab some stray puppy in the street.
- Down below, Nab runs out a bare black arm into the sea, which even in the calmest weather angrily foams along the windward side.
- Judging it correctly, he turned his back and ran; then, whirling about just in time, put up a single hand to nab the ball.