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Examples

  • She called Jeeter again, but he turned his back and ran out of the room.

    Tobacco Road

  • When the girl was fully awake, she smiled and called Jeeter to her.

    Tobacco Road

  • And Jeeter, as if magic words had been spoken, stopped what he was doing and came right over to move the rack.

    VELOCITY

  • “The pack knew Jeeter was a little left of center and had planned to send our alpha after him . . . but . . .”

    Blood Lite II: Overbite

  • You know, crazy-ass Jeeter probably did you a great service, even though we had to formally put him down in the pack.

    Blood Lite II: Overbite

  • The Lesters have become sharecroppers on their own original Lester land after Jeeter squanders their assets with fraudulent home loans.

    Tobacco Road (copy)

  • Leading the role for most unbelievable is main character, Jeeter, patriarch of the Lester family.

    Tobacco Road (copy)

  • “And for the record, Jeeter Hayes is a jackass, and everybody knows it.”

    Blood Hollow

  • Cork said, I took you in a few times for drunk and disorderly back when I wore a badge, Jeeter.

    Blood Hollow

  • Jeeter was head of a crew that did tree work for the Tamarack County Department of Parks and Recreation.

    Blood Hollow

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  • A rude, uncouth slob. (No relation to Derrick from the Yankees)

    January 23, 2010