from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang Marijuana.
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- proper n. A female given name
- n. Marijuana.
- n. A type of shoe for a girl (also a boy or child), having a rounded toe and a strap with a buckle.
On Christmas Day, after spending the previous evening at the home of our friends Charles and Mary Jane Wick, we opened our gifts at the White House.
He then started in search of his sister, Mary Jane Smith, his mother's oldest daughter.
You sure got your four-ninety-five's worth out of these things, she remarked as she unbuckled the Mary Jane strap on the right shoe and slipped it off.
Stephen married Martha Watkins Badgley (1832–1907), the widow of George Badgley and mother of two sons, George and Charles Aaron, and two daughters, Mary Jane and Hester (“Hettie”).
Crouse and Amy Davis, who read the novel for accuracy; Bill McBean, Andrea Barnet, and Malcolm Gay, who read early drafts and made valuable suggestions; Richard and Marietta Wright, my earliest and most fervent champions; Lydia Chávez and Mary Jane McBean, who kept me going through high moments and low; Amanda Patten, for her shrewd editing; and finally, to Gail Hochman and Joscelyn Gay.
This was my room, please keep it clean—which she would then fold and tuck inside one of her Mary Jane shoes, putting the shoe inside her schoolbag, the schoolbag inside a pillowcase, the pillowcase underneath her bed, where it would be spared volcanic ruin.
The other “ladies of the club” are Shirley Pettis Roberson, Olga Esch, Louise McClure, Loret Ruppe, Joan Winn, Antoinette Hatfield, Carol Vander Jagt, Dee Collins, and Mary Jane Dellenback.