jab (someone or something) with (something)

jab (someone or something) with (something)

To poke or stab someone or something with some long, sharp, or pointed object. The teacher jabbed the sleeping student with her finger. Don't just jab your patient with the needle like that! The kids jabbed the beehive with a long stick.
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jab someone with something

to poke or stick someone with something. He jabbed Henry with the rake handle on purpose. The mugger jabbed the victim with a knife.
See also: jab