grabber

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grabber (plural grabbers)

  1. One who, or that which, grabs (seizes).
  2. (television, film) A line of dialogue, etc. that captures the viewer's attention.
    • 2001, Lydia Wilen, ‎Joan Wilen, How to Sell Your Screenplay (page 166)
      Get to the story and make sure that line 6 or 7 is a grabber. TV viewers have attention spans of fifteen seconds, and then they hit the remote.