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Jerseys

ˈdʒəːzi

Meanings of Jerseys:

noun

A knitted garment with long sleeves, worn over the upper body.

Usage examples:

When i moved my trade show uniform from an ottoman rib to a jersey knit, he adjusted the tape to ma…
proper noun

The largest of the channel islands; population 91,900 (est. 2009); capital, st helier.

Jerusalem

dʒəˈruː.sələm

Meanings of Jerusalem:

proper noun

The holy city of the jews, sacred also to christians and muslims, lying in the judaean hills about 30 km (20 miles) from the river jordan; population 763,600 (est. 2008).

noun

The city claimed by israel and palestine as their capital, in the central part of israel and the southwestern part of the palestinian west bank territory

Usage examples:

The hostess was from jerusalem and her husband from nablus, a region famous for its sweets., titus …

Meanings of Jess:

noun

A short leather strap that is fastened round each leg of a hawk, usually also having a ring or swivel to which a leash may be attached.

Usage examples:

It has leather jesses on its legs, which are used by falconers and people who take the birds out to…
verb

Put jesses on (a hawk).

Jessamine

ˈdʒɛsəmɪn

Meanings of Jessamine:

noun

Variant form of jasmine.

Meanings of Jesse:

proper noun

(in the bible) the father of david (1 sam. 16), represented as the first in the genealogy of jesus christ.

Jessed

dʒɛs

Meanings of Jessed:

verb

Put jesses on (a hawk).

noun

A short leather strap that is fastened round each leg of a hawk, usually also having a ring or swivel to which a leash may be attached.

Usage examples:

It has leather jesses on its legs, which are used by falconers and people who take the birds out to…

Meanings of Jesses:

noun

A short leather strap that is fastened round each leg of a hawk, usually also having a ring or swivel to which a leash may be attached.

Usage examples:

It has leather jesses on its legs, which are used by falconers and people who take the birds out to…
verb

Put jesses on (a hawk).

Meanings of Jessie:

noun

An effeminate, weak, or oversensitive man.

Usage examples:

There is no number two, an’ what you gonna do about that, ya bunch of jessies?

Meanings of Jessing:

verb

Put jesses on (a hawk).

noun

A short leather strap that is fastened round each leg of a hawk, usually also having a ring or swivel to which a leash may be attached.

Usage examples:

It has leather jesses on its legs, which are used by falconers and people who take the birds out to…

Meanings of Jest:

noun

A thing said or done for amusement; a joke.

Usage examples:

He laughed uproariously at his own jest
verb

Speak in a joking way.

Usage examples:

You jest, surely?

Jested

dʒest

Meanings of Jested:

verb

Speak in a joking way.

Usage examples:

You jest, surely?
noun

A thing said or done for amusement; a joke.

Usage examples:

He laughed uproariously at his own jest

Jester

ˈdʒes.tər

Meanings of Jester:

noun

A professional joker or ‘fool’ at a medieval court, typically wearing a cap with bells on it and carrying a mock sceptre.

Usage examples:

The gray-furred child laughed, cavorting around the confused guards like a court jester in a mediev…

Jesters

ˈdʒes.tər

Meanings of Jesters:

noun

A professional joker or ‘fool’ at a medieval court, typically wearing a cap with bells on it and carrying a mock sceptre.

Usage examples:

The gray-furred child laughed, cavorting around the confused guards like a court jester in a mediev…

Jesting

dʒest

Meanings of Jesting:

adjective

Said or done for amusement; joking.

Usage examples:

A jesting commentary on world affairs
noun

The action of saying or doing something for amusement.

Usage examples:

Laughing and jesting were out of the question
verb

Speak in a joking way.

Usage examples:

You jest, surely?

Meanings of Jests:

noun

A thing said or done for amusement; a joke.

Usage examples:

He laughed uproariously at his own jest
verb

Speak in a joking way.

Usage examples:

You jest, surely?

Jesuitical

dʒɛzjʊˈɪtɪk(ə)l

Meanings of Jesuitical:

adjective

Of or concerning the jesuits.

Usage examples:

It sounds logical; one might even say jesuitical.

Jesuits

ˈdʒez.juː.ɪt

Meanings of Jesuits:

noun

A member of the society of jesus, a roman catholic order of priests founded by st ignatius loyola, st francis xavier, and others in 1534, to do missionary work. the order was zealous in opposing the reformation. despite periodic persecution it has retained an important influence in catholic thought and education.

Usage examples:

In some ways they were only doing what the jesuits and other catholics had done for 150 years.

Meanings of Jesus:

proper noun

The central figure of the christian religion.

exclamation

An oath used to express irritation, dismay, or surprise.

Jesus-christ

ˌdʒiː.zəs ˈkraɪst

Meanings of Jesus-christ:

noun

The jewish religious teacher believed by those who follow him to be the son of god, whose teachings and life christianity developed from

Jet

dʒɛt

Meanings of Jet:

noun

A rapid stream of liquid or gas forced out of a small opening.

Usage examples:

A jet of boiling water spurted over his hand
verb

Spurt out in jets.

Usage examples:

Blood jetted from his nostrils
abbreviation

Joint european torus, a machine for conducting experiments in nuclear fusion, at culham in oxfordshire.

Jet lag

ˈdʒet ˌlæɡ

Meanings of Jet lag:

idiom

Fatigue and sleep disturbance resulting from disruption of the body's normal circadian rhythm as a result of jet travel

noun

Extreme tiredness and other physical effects felt by a person after a long flight across different time zones.

Usage examples:

She was suffering from jet lag and needed to rest

Meanings of Jet-black:

adjective

Pure black in color

Usage examples:

Jet-black hair

Meanings of Jet-lagged:

adjective

Feeling tired because of the effects of taking a long plane journey through different time zones

Usage examples:

They checked into their hotel, feeling weary and jet-lagged.

Meanings of Jet-set:

noun

Rich, fashionable people who travel around the world enjoying themselves

Usage examples:

She spends the summer jet-setting around the fashionable european resorts.

Meanings of Jet-setter:

noun

A member of the jet set

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