Definition of Jeaned
1. jean [adj] - See also: jean
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jeaned
Literary usage of Jeaned
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Sun and Shadow in Spain by Maud Howe Elliott (1908)
"Here and there from a window, or, in the more important houses, from a balcony like a small grated out of doors boudoir, jeaned a handsome Algeciras girl, ..."
2. The Southland of North America: Rambles and Observations in Central America by George Palmer Putnam (1913)
"Suffice to say that squads of the dusky, blue-jeaned, barefoot little fellows are for ever parading the streets, ..."
3. Beulah by Augusta Jane Evans (1860)
"... and while she sat with Clara's fingers clasped in hers, the brown eyes opened, and looked dreamily at her She jeaned over, and kissing the wan cheek, ..."