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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of jill.


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  • Wobblies and Molly Maguires are the too-often face of labor, thanks to the Corporations, while it's really the ordinary joes and jills out there trying to make a buck for their own American Dream.

    The Art of Labor #13: Labor Day Edition

  • That's GOT to be more in interesting than jumping jacks or do you have to call them jumping jacks & jills now?

    Fat Kids? Blame The Teachers

  • Be the jacks fair within, the jills fair without, the carpets laid, and every thing in order?

    The Taming of the Shrew

  • Take three jills of water, a jill of old milk, and a jill of brandy, sweeten it to your taste; you must not put any acid into this for it will make it curdle.

    English Housewifery

  • Take two ounces of sagoo, wash it in a little water, set it on to cree in a pint of milk, and let it cree till it be tender, when it is cold put to it three jills of cream, boil it altogether with

    English Housewifery

  • But his jills would sniff 'n' shiver in the mother of a fright,

    'Hello, Soldier!' Khaki Verse

  • But when he and Messer Tommaso had left me, I thought to myself that I would busy my leisure with writing a sonnet or so to some merry jills of my acquaintance.

    The God of Love

  • To each square of a chocolate cake allow three jills, or a chocolate cup and a half of boiling water.

    Directions for Cookery, in its Various Branches

  • Take three jills of whole rice; wash it, and boil it in a pint of milk.

    Directions for Cookery, in its Various Branches

  • You may make this pudding of ground rice, using but half a pint instead of three jills.

    Directions for Cookery, in its Various Branches


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