American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Jeffers, (John) Robinson 1887-1962. American poet, many of whose works are set in California. His collections include Tamar and Other Poems (1924).
- n. United States poet who wrote about California (1887-1962)
“Jeffers is frequently described as the quintessential California poet.”
“Carl Jeffers is a Los Angeles-and Seattle based columnist, TV political analyst, radio political and social topic commentator, and a national lecturer and consultant, and he is a regular commentator on the Fox Business Channel.”
“Olive Jeffers is both the author and illustrator of his books, and he is hysterical.”
“Alex Jeffers is the real reason I've been working on this story -- he wrote the most amazing story to submit and my adoration forced my hand ...”
“David Jeffers is on an Ufa kick, writing about the studio's style during its heyday and reviewing Asphalt at the Siffblog.”
“A Plate of Mojo" by Honorée Fanonne Jeffers is the story of a black woman who succeeds where others expected her to fail and is therefore suspected of mojo, or magic.”
“Jeffers is a US Army Infantryman serving in Ramadi, Iraq.”
“I asked Mick to begin a search for people in Cloverdale with the surname Jeffers and get back to me with the information.”
“( "Jeffers" being a corruption of G.F., alias Godfather).”
“The Motherwell manager, Stuart McCall, hailed every one of his players following a 3-0 Scottish Cup win over Dundee United at Fir Park that saw impressive finishes from Jamie Murphy, Chris Humphrey and Francis Jeffers.”
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