Anything bad you say about Audra now is stabbing your fellow YR's in the back!
As a teen he committed the heinous crime of stabbing two young Israelis.
Of course, to the family of a victim, one stabbing death is too many.
He spoke of surviving a stabbing in 1958 when a woman attacked him at a book-signing.
But there was one damning one that Rachel left for Sarah seven months prior to the stabbing.
But verily I deemed that you were about stabbing my prisoner, and him a priest.
Some of them tried it, but the Indians swam after them, stabbing and pulling them under.
This left only about eighty days in the year available for shooting and stabbing one's neighbours.
He looked at her inquiringly, caught the direction of her stabbing finger.
Special orders were given by Barclay that the swords should be made rather for stabbing than for slashing.
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]