Definition of Joles

1. jole [n] - See also: jole



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Joles

jokey
jokier
jokiest
jokily
jokiness
jokinesses
joking
jokingly
jokis
jokokuite
jokol
joky
jol
jole
joled
joles (current term)
joling
joliotite
joliotium
joll
jolled
jolley
jolleyer
jolleyers
jolleys
jollied
jollier
jolliers
jollies
jolliest

Literary usage of Joles

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1. The Abridged Academy Song-book: For Use in Schools and Colleges by Charles Herbert Levermore (1918)
"St. joles,hoo-ray, St. joles,hoo-roo 1 Mark my words if it does n't come true; ... 5 0 then King James, in his wrath and ire, Degraded St. joles to joles ..."

2. Edward Bowen: A Memoir by the Rev. the Hon. W. E. Bowen, M. A. by William Edward Bowen (1902)
"joles time was young and the school was new (King James had painted it bright and blue), In sport or study, in grief or joy, St. joles was the friend of the ..."

3. Museum of Painting and Sculpture: Or, Collection of the Principal Pictures ...by Etienne Achille Réveil, Jean Duchesne by Etienne Achille Réveil, Jean Duchesne (1834)
"joles ROMAIN. •»• CAB. PARTICULIER. JUPITER ET ALCMENE. L'aventure d'Amphitryon et de Sosie est tellement connue, qu'il n'est pas nécessaire de la rappeler; ..."

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