Definition of Jeanettes
1. jeanette [n] - See also: jeanette
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jeanettes
Literary usage of Jeanettes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Scarborough's Official Tour Book by New York State Automobile Association (1918)
"(Via jeanettes Creek, Belle River and Walkerville. Lake Shore road. Clay road. ... 14.8 jeanettes Creek. 15.7 Turn left. 15.8 Turn right. 15.1 Bridge. ..."
2. The Bookman (1910)
"... a young man, apparently steeped in a temporary romance, wanted to learn whether the library contained "a lot of stories with jeanettes in 'em. ..."
3. The Ontario Law Reports: Cases Determined in the Court of Appeal and in the by Ontario High Court of Justice, Ontario Court of Appeal, Law Society of Upper Canada (1906)
"... the jeanettes to Stover and then to Laforge in 1886. Laforge paid taxes on the lot and fenced it in, but enclosed more than he had a right to. ..."
4. The Spirit of Modern German Literature: Lectures Delivered Before the by Ludwig Lewisohn (1916)
"... and lilacs and roses, his Josephines and jeanettes, he would seem a very modern and very charming ..."
5. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1906)
"... works 1079 28 Fence viewers 12 00 Noxious weeds ' 14 06 Miscellaneous 170 06 jeanettes Creek Bridge 14 00 Journal entries, charges to roads and bridges, ..."
6. The Complete Tariff Hand-book: Shewing the Canadian Customs Tariff (new by John MacLean (1879)
"... composed chiefly of silk 20 pc SHOE LININGS, (twilled cotton) Ic. p.sq.yd. & 15p.c. Coloured, and jeanettes 2c. p.sq.yd. ..."