Definition of Jaywalking

1. Verb. (present participle of jaywalk) ¹



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Definition of Jaywalking

1. jaywalk [v] - See also: jaywalk

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jaywalking

jaybird
jaybirds
jayet
jaygee
jaygees
jayhawker
jayhawkers
jaylike
jays
jayvee
jayvees
jaywalk
jaywalked
jaywalker
jaywalkers
jaywalking (current term)
jaywalks
jazel
jazels
jazeraint
jazeraints
jazerant
jazerants
jazies
jazy
jazz around
jazz band
jazz dance
jazz festival

Literary usage of Jaywalking

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1. Closing the Budget Gap: How Local Governments Generate $30-$40 Billion by Michael Silverstein (1996)
"jaywalking violations, for example, bring in several million dollars annually in fines for communities in parts of California. This West Coast record of ..."

2. Public Affairs Information Service Bulletin by Public Affairs Information Service (1920)
"Jo-'iein v end jaywalking. 83p '20? Saturday Evening Post. Philadelphia Editorial reprinted from the Saturday Evening Post, Nov. 29, 1919. ..."

3. National Drug Control Policy: Interdiction Efforts in Florida and the edited by J. Dennis Hastert (2001)
"And these arrests aren't for jaywalking or spitting on the sidewalk. Consider the arrest records from the following three subjects: Subject #1 from Port of ..."

4. Adventure Guide Scandinavia by Henrik Berezin (2006)
"For jaywalking, you will pay 700 kr/$119. Orientation & Sightseeing The City Center The compact city center will give the impression that Copenhagen is ..."

5. Peter Parley's Book of Fables: Illustrated by Numerous Engravings by Samuel Griswold Goodrich, Ingram Cobbin (1850)
"A LITTLE^BOY was one (jaywalking in a field. It was summer, and the weather was warm and pleasant. The grass was green, and there were many flowers in full ..."

6. Vancouver, Victoria and Whistler by Ulysses Travel Guides Staff (2006)
"Furthermore, pedestrians are quite civilized; jaywalking is very rare in the city centre—so much so that crossing a street on a red light (even when no cars ..."

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