American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
“By remaining silent, we can only assume PBJ is representative of your side.”
“With a probation before judgment, commonly called a PBJ, no conviction is entered as long as the defendant successfully fulfills the terms of a specified probationary period.”
“Mr. Sleeve Demurs: The customer in question declined to be interviewed for this article although he did refer this reporter to a "handler" a young man wearing an out sized Stetson made of foam rubber who wanted to be called PBJ, perhaps a reference to peanut butter and jelly.”
“PBJ" would have been a pretty good euphemism, too!)”
“LOVE string cheese and it stays well in the pack after a couple of days as well as a PBJ! man its been along time since I had some vienna's/or spam!”
“Making PBJ sandwiches are not as easy as they look as Bush will show us over 10 to 20 pages of his book.”
“The PBJ story on the new branch contains an interesting description of the firm: "Ball Janik LLP, which was founded in 1982, specializes in congressional and administrative lobbying for a wide variety of public and private sector interests.”
“PBJ: The advice I always give is: reject rejection.”
“PBJ: I do use playlists to gin up the creative juices.”
“PBJ: Well, obviously I read, but I also like TV and movies.”
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