- v. Simple past tense and past participle of jive.
“His shoulder was injured, which kind of jived with what rescuers were thinking, and also that camera had some pictures.”
“Last week, observer Ramona Kitzinger told reporters that the numbers Waukesha County Clerk Kathy Nickolaus reported "jived" with what she witnessed.”
“Dates have not jived with his stories and there is no verification of his medals.”
“And through that process figured out that some books jived with them and some didn't, and maybe it had nothing to do with whether it was speculative or not?”
“The ending was quick, but it jived with what had come before.”
“As she jumped, jived and wailed through an hour of post-war tunes, the improvised dance floor at the side of the stage hosted a non-stop progression of swing dancers of all ages.”
“Something about the J.Crew / Timex military watch never really jived with us.”
“- Also at the press conference, Ramona Kitzinger, a Democratic member of the county board of canvass, agreed with Nickolaus and said they "went over everything and made sure that all the numbers jived up, and they did.”
“Since boingers seemed pretty jived about the interview we posted earlier in the week, we thought we'd give you a little more Les love.”
“None of this jived with Mr. Pistole's 26 years with the FBI, where G-men constantly made their own decisions.”
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