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- Third-person singular simple present indicative form of nab
- A single-serving package of crackers, usually filled with peanut butter. Snack crackers.
- He purchased a pack of nabs from the vending machine.
- 1996, Grace Ollis Calhoun, Growing Up Country and Liking It!, The Overmountain Press, page 27:
- "Essos and Phillips 66s meant a pack of nabs and a Grapette for me."
- 2005, Mark Sohn, Appalachian Home Cooking, University Press of Kentucky, page 74:
- "Others walked to small stores to buy a pack of Nabs cheese crackers, ..."
- 2014, Marion Eugene Williams, A Cop's Dilemma, Xlibris Corporation, page 92:
- "I'll give you ten bucks to use your telephone and for a pack of nabs and a cold drink."
- 2010. Duffin-Ward, Maureen. Suddenly Southern: A Yankee's Guide to Living in Dixie, page 44.