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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of jot.

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Examples

  • I have this little phrase jotted right on my recipe.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Though the thing weighs three tons and preens itself on containing every word jotted in English since the language first dragged itself out of the primordial alphabet soup, peripolitan is not there.

    The pleasures of peripolitania

  • I've got his name jotted down around here somewhere ... "

    Kent's Bike Blog

  • As initially written, the rant apparently omitted a word in error - when the omission was noted, the word was jotted in above the text and a line was drawn to the spot where it had been intended to go.

    The Seattle Times

  • On their website, Jott aggregates these messages, providing a real time look at which candidates voters are talking to, and how many people have "jotted" a specific candidate (at the time of this writing, Ron Paul was the "most jotted" candidate with a paltrey 32 Jotts).

    Jott the Vote: A National Application Begging to Go Local?

  • "jotted" down the occasional note _ he said he began "Decision Points" just two days after leaving the White House and had written "maybe" 30,000 words so far.

    KSL / U.S. / National

  • "jotted" down the occasional note - he said he began "Decision Points" just two days after leaving the White House and had written "maybe" 30,000 words so far.

    WFAA.com Latest News

  • What small affairs MacIlwaine had jotted down he insisted that Sonny Grandison did not dream were known by another person outside the principals themselves.

    THE KANAKA SURF

  • Colonel Trethaway, and after he left jotted down an engagement for the next morning.

    CHAPTER 21

  • Every strange or partly familiar word encountered in his reading was immediately jotted down, and later, when a sufficient number had been accumulated, were typed and pinned to the wall or looking - glass.

    Chapter 23

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