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Jingoists

ˈdʒɪŋ.ɡəʊ.ɪst

Meanings of Jingoists:

noun

Someone who believes that their own country is always best

Usage examples:

He was a confirmed jingoist and would frequently speak about the dangers of britain forming closer …

Meanings of Jink:

verb

Change direction suddenly and nimbly, as when dodging a pursuer.

Usage examples:

She was too quick for him and jinked away every time
noun

A sudden quick change of direction.

Usage examples:

People remember him for his runs on the wing, his jinks

Jinked

dʒɪŋk

Meanings of Jinked:

verb

Change direction suddenly and nimbly, as when dodging a pursuer.

Usage examples:

She was too quick for him and jinked away every time
noun

A sudden quick change of direction.

Usage examples:

People remember him for his runs on the wing, his jinks

Jinker

ˈdʒɪŋkə

Meanings of Jinker:

noun

A wheeled conveyance for moving heavy logs.

Usage examples:

We found a beautiful horse, dead and still harnessed to an immaculate jinker, caught in a tree abou…
verb

Convey in a jinker.

Usage examples:

Walnut logs were jinkered down the hills

Jinkers

ˈdʒɪŋkə

Meanings of Jinkers:

noun

A wheeled conveyance for moving heavy logs.

Usage examples:

We found a beautiful horse, dead and still harnessed to an immaculate jinker, caught in a tree abou…
verb

Convey in a jinker.

Usage examples:

Walnut logs were jinkered down the hills

Meanings of Jinking:

verb

Change direction suddenly and nimbly, as when dodging a pursuer.

Usage examples:

She was too quick for him and jinked away every time
noun

A sudden quick change of direction.

Usage examples:

People remember him for his runs on the wing, his jinks

Jinks

ˌhaɪ ˈdʒɪŋks

Meanings of Jinks:

verb

Change direction suddenly and nimbly, as when dodging a pursuer.

Usage examples:

She was too quick for him and jinked away every time
noun

A sudden quick change of direction.

Usage examples:

People remember him for his runs on the wing, his jinks

Meanings of Jinn:

noun

(in arabian and muslim mythology) an intelligent spirit of lower rank than the angels, able to appear in human and animal forms and to possess humans.

Usage examples:

The rebellious jinn lead men astray

Meanings of Jinnee:

noun

(in arabian and muslim mythology) an intelligent spirit of lower rank than the angels, able to appear in human and animal forms and to possess humans.

Usage examples:

The rebellious jinn lead men astray

Meanings of Jinni:

noun

(in arabian and muslim mythology) an intelligent spirit of lower rank than the angels, able to appear in human and animal forms and to possess humans.

Usage examples:

The rebellious jinn lead men astray

Jinns

dʒɪn

Meanings of Jinns:

noun

(in arabian and muslim mythology) an intelligent spirit of lower rank than the angels, able to appear in human and animal forms and to possess humans.

Usage examples:

The rebellious jinn lead men astray

Meanings of Jinny:

noun

More fully "jinny nettle". a stinging nettle, urtica dioica.

Meanings of Jinricksha:

noun

Another term for rickshaw.

Jinrikisha

dʒɪnˈrɪkʃə

Meanings of Jinrikisha:

noun

Another term for rickshaw.

Jinrikishas

dʒɪnˈrɪkʃə

Meanings of Jinrikishas:

noun

Another term for rickshaw.

Meanings of Jinx:

noun

A person or thing that brings bad luck.

Usage examples:

One was never to wish luck to someone going hunting or fishing, as it was seen as a jinx
verb

Bring bad luck to; cast an evil spell on.

Usage examples:

The play is jinxed
exclamation

Said when two people inadvertently say the same thing at once.

Usage examples:

‘what's happened?’ we both say at exactly the same time. ‘jinx!’

Jinxed

dʒɪŋks

Meanings of Jinxed:

verb

Bring bad luck to; cast an evil spell on.

Usage examples:

The play is jinxed
noun

A person or thing that brings bad luck.

Usage examples:

One was never to wish luck to someone going hunting or fishing, as it was seen as a jinx
exclamation

Said when two people inadvertently say the same thing at once.

Usage examples:

‘what's happened?’ we both say at exactly the same time. ‘jinx!’

Meanings of Jinxes:

noun

A person or thing that brings bad luck.

Usage examples:

One was never to wish luck to someone going hunting or fishing, as it was seen as a jinx
verb

Bring bad luck to; cast an evil spell on.

Usage examples:

The play is jinxed
exclamation

Said when two people inadvertently say the same thing at once.

Usage examples:

‘what's happened?’ we both say at exactly the same time. ‘jinx!’

Meanings of Jinxing:

verb

Bring bad luck to; cast an evil spell on.

Usage examples:

The play is jinxed
noun

A person or thing that brings bad luck.

Usage examples:

One was never to wish luck to someone going hunting or fishing, as it was seen as a jinx
exclamation

Said when two people inadvertently say the same thing at once.

Usage examples:

‘what's happened?’ we both say at exactly the same time. ‘jinx!’

Jirga

ˈdʒəːɡə

Meanings of Jirga:

noun

(in afghanistan and pakistan) a tribal council.

Usage examples:

A three-day jirga of tribal elders concluded that it would oppose further military operations in th…

Jism

dʒɪz

Meanings of Jism:

noun

Variant spelling of jizz1.

verb

Semen.

Meanings of Jissom:

noun

Variant spelling of jizz1.

Meanings of Jiti:

noun

A climbing shrub, marsdenia tenacissima (family asclepiadaceae), native to hilly regions of north-eastern india and other parts of south and south-east asia.

Jitney

ˈdʒɪt.ni

Meanings of Jitney:

noun

A bus or other vehicle carrying passengers for a low fare.

Usage examples:

And if there were lots of roads, would they be used mostly to transport people by bus, by jitneys a…

Jitneys

ˈdʒɪtni

Meanings of Jitneys:

noun

A bus or other vehicle carrying passengers for a low fare.

Usage examples:

And if there were lots of roads, would they be used mostly to transport people by bus, by jitneys a…

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