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- n. Obsolete spelling of jowl.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. Same as jowl.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See jowl.
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December 18th, 2009 1: 07 pm ET your president is an idoit, he makes jimmy carter look good. peace prize, what a jole. carter, gore and now obama, sounds like the three stooges!
The album contains 8 songs like 'nimai chan shanyashe jai', 'jole giachilam shoi', 'pakhi sob kon ronge boshe dake re' etc.
This was the only jole where he got the timing right.
The same architect has been engaged lately on the repairs of the cupola of the Exchange, and the steeple of Bow Church; and, fearful to relate, the dragon and the grasshopper actually lie, cheek by jole, in the yard of his workshop.
Boil a rand, tail, or jole in water and salt, boil it tender, and serve it with beaten butter and slic't lemon.
Take a whole rand or jole, scale it, and put it in an earthen stew-pan, put to it some claret, or white-wine, some wine-vinegar,
On January first every year everybody ate peas and "hog jole" and received the new rules.
First suck'd her jole, then thus addressed the fair.
Sometimes when he opened his mouth to its utmost capacity he felt the joints slip and was compelled to put down the cornbread, or jole and greens, or the piece of 'possum he was eating, while his mouth remained a fixed abyss until the doctor came and restored it to a natural position by an exertion of muscular power that would have well-nigh lifted an ox.
Sometimes when he opened his mouth to its utmost capacity he felt the joints slip and was compelled to put down the cornbread, or jole and greens, or the piece of 'possum he was eating, while his mouth remained