- jam + jar (Wiktionary)
“I really must be an idiot because I completely don't understand what you're trying to say here. jamjar”
“The jamjar studio will hold a pen and ink workshop with artist Vivek Premchandran.”
“Police said the substance, found in a sealed jamjar in the kitchen of the terraced house in Burnopfield, north west Durham, on Tuesday, could have been there for up to two years.”
“Not literally, of course - although as they scrape the bottom of the divorce story jamjar it's only a matter of time before they suggest a ghost might have been involved.”
“Alex, my son, with backberry jam smeared ear to ear and laughing, rides his unbroken joy with words so fast we let him get away on the jamjar without clean cheeks first.”
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