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Spell check of nab

Correct spelling: nab

hold back, pass with flying colors, learn, get together, grok, savvy, turn around, nail down, sweep through, capture, pick-up, seize, restrain, perk up, come by, receive, harvest, knock off, abduct, perk, grab, complete, appropriate, apprehend, impound, derive, commandeer, bounty hunter, breath test, net, peg, deprive, lift up, take, get, hook, pull in, nail, usurp, rap, corral, annex, get wind, boom, turn back, pinch, snare, law, acquire, blast, stop, gather, thieve, elate, body search, intoxicate, obtain, gather up, levy, bring, book, bust, arrest, find, trap, see, gain vigor, find out, percolate, bag, get word, monopolize, get the picture, procure, discover, hold, land, clutch, sail through, collar, smash, uplift, contain, comprehend, peck, ace, confiscate, gain, nick, grapple, accept, compass, apprehension, hear, catch, nobble, collect, breeze through, quail at, cop, halt, call for, run in, get a line, pinpoint, snag, grasp, breathalyze, dig, check, reap, amass, snap, glom, snitch.

loose, spring, miss, release, liberate, discharge, loosen, unbind, emancipate, unhand, unchain, drop, free.

Examples of usage:

1) But why didn't you nab a larger bottle? - "Contemporary One-Act Plays Compiler: B. Roland Lewis", Sir James M. Barrie George Middleton Althea Thurston Percy Mackaye Lady Augusta Gregor Eugene Pillot Anton Tchekov Bosworth Crocker Alfred Kreymborg Paul Greene Arthur Hopkins Paul Hervieu Jeannette Marks Oscar M. Wolff David Pinski Beulah Bornstead Herma.

2) All right, lead on, and if you're telling a true yarn we'll nab them. - "Dick Lionheart", Mary Rowles Jarvis.

3) I s'pose you're out to nab him and get a scoop for that yellow rag of yours. - "The Gray Phantom's Return", Herman Landon.