A Halloween dance at the hospital is considered a success because “no one got punched or stabbed.”
Carrie resented him for taking over and questioned his professionalism when he stabbed Brody in the hand during an interrogation.
Michonne sliced zombie-Penny and stabbed him in the eye, while Rick basically destroyed everything he ever built in Woodbury.
late 14c., first attested in Scottish English, apparently a dialectal variant of Scottish stob "to pierce, stab," of uncertain origin, perhaps a variant of stub (n.) "stake, nail." Figurative use, of emotions, etc., is from 1590s. Related: Stabbed; stabbing.
"wound produced by stabbing," mid-15c., from stab (v.). Meaning "a try" first recorded 1895, American English. Stab in the back "treacherous deed" is first attested 1916.
Soft; yielding and insubstantial: Support for Reagan is ''all very squooshy''
[1970s+; the date should probably be earlier; sqush, ''to collapse into a soft, pulpy mass,'' is found by 1884]