American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A species of salmon (Salmo salar) native to northern Atlantic waters and valued as a food fish.
“You, Jim-Bob, could even get a job in sales helping with such things.”
“Jim-Bob and Michelle Duggar are the parents of 19 kids, the oldest of whom is 21 and married with a baby of his own and the youngest of whom is a micropreemie who has been in a hospital incubator almost every day of her life.”
“Despite Josie's fragile condition, Michelle and Jim-Bob have both said that they leave their family planning up to God, and that if he chooses to "close their womb," he will.”
“The earth authorities understand the risks of Jim-Bob meeting an alien face-to-face.”
“Jim-Bob: After you use the knee kicker one time, you'll pay to have someone else do it the next time.”
“Jim-Bob: Dude you can buy a carpet kicker and stretcher for what most of those guys charge.”
“And I'd do it for a Repub who was proven to be as crooked as she is, Jim-Bob ...”
“I thought people were calling me that to be cool - like "Jim-Bob", "Jim-Bo" - so then calling me "Himbo" was sort of a put down then.”
“Chief Master Sergeant Jim-Bob Sessler was one of those people everyone seemed to know, and for good reason.”
“Carbon_Forteetoo: Jim-Bob has a bit of a serial killer vibe these”
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