Definition of Jetsom

1. jetsam [n -S] - See also: jetsam



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jetsom

jetports
jets
jets d'eau
jetsam
jetsams
jetset
jetsetter
jetsetters
jetsetting
jetski
jetskied
jetskier
jetskiers
jetskiing
jetskis
jetsom (current term)
jetsoms
jetson
jetsons
jetstream
jetstreams
jettage
jetteau
jetteaus
jetted
jettee
jettees
jetter
jetters
jettest

Literary usage of Jetsom

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1. Memini, Or Reminiscences of Irish Life by Maurice O'Connor Morris (1892)
"... and made jetsom of his buckler, to lighten the scudding ship, why should meaner and minor men quarrel with their lack of courage, enterprise, judgment, ..."

2. Hereward the Wake, "last of the English," by Charles Kingsley (1905)
"Already they had been seen from the beach. The country folk, who were prowling about the shore after the waifs of the storm, deserted jetsom and ..."

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