Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a jewing, or jew-wattle, at the base of the lower mandible, as some breeds of domesticated pigeons.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of jew.
“As in the time when I, a temporary resident of Dallas, was told by a proud prospective buyer of my car that he had "jewed" another car owner down by several hundred dollars, before giving me a wink.”
“He could never resist the pleading look of a pretty woman, and if she "jewed" him twenty per cent. (though his profits were only two hundred), the tenderness of his heart compelled him to yield.”
“When I got to college, I was a hillbilly who used terms like “fag” to describe just about anyone, and referred to being screwed out of money as being “jewed.””
“I was raised in a part of the country where they use phrases like "indian giver" and "I jewed him down to a cheaper price", and other such gems.”
“We said, "Brown skinned?" and he said, "Yeah, it's like being jewed.”
“He's the father of the Jews, and he jewed God down.”
“On gypped: I think Allie's point was, all things being equal, why is "gypped" accaptable in our nomenclature, but one is criticized for the similar expressions; "jewed," for example.”
“One Jew says: bs itâ€ ™ s about time … a zionist mission … watch out or else youâ€ ™ ll get jewed … ashkenazi … the rothchilds in power … known criminals”
“A few months ago, someone was telling me the story of how someone they knew, a friend of a friend, got a great bargain shopping somewhere because they “jewed down” the seller.”
“It rejoiced in such flowery appellatives as the Sea of Splendor, the Moon of Milk; and, of course, those who had been scarcely better than jewed out of it were determined to obtain it again at all hazards; -- they were never famous for scrupulosity.”
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