Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of Mary Jane.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Today they have cut and sewn cottons into comforts called Mary Janes, so named for the woman who brought the pattern to the group.

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  • Fancy stepped onto the path, which clicked under her Mary Janes, and left everyone behind.

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  • Today she wore extra-shiny, white patent leather, Mary Janes.

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  • I wore my patent-leather Mary Janes and a violinist played gypsy music and the lamb chops sported frilly paper panties on their ends, so you could pick them up.

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  • The auction, which has raised $1.4 million thus far for various environmental organizations, was followed by a fashion show featuring items like a pair of trompe l'oeil boots by Prada that look like Mary Janes with human calves attached.

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  • Fancy stepped onto the path, which clicked under her Mary Janes, and left everyone behind.

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  • Fancy stepped onto the path, which clicked under her Mary Janes, and left everyone behind.

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  • The smooth soles of their Mary Janes keep slipping on the gravel driveways.

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  • And… it's a picture of a toddler, revealing exactly nothing other than how cute two-year-olds look in white socks and Mary Janes.

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  • Fancy stepped onto the path, which clicked under her Mary Janes, and left everyone behind.

    Slice Of Cherry

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