Definition of Jetsoms
1. jetsom [n] - See also: jetsom
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Literary usage of Jetsoms
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Ride Across a Continent: A Personal Narrative of Wanderings Through by Frederick Boyle (1868)
"Strange histories there were among these jetsoms of Europe. One had been a peaceable "con- ducteur d'omnibus " in Paris for eighteen years, and then, ..."
2. Tragic Episodes of the French Revolution in Brittany: With Unpublished Documents by G. Lenotre (1912)
"The victim, seeking to rid himself of his bonds, had only mutilated himself.1 These grim jetsoms were noised abroad, and Nantes was no longer ignorant of ..."
3. The Law Reports. Privy Council Appeals: Cases Heard and Determined by the by Herbert Cowell, Edmund F. Moore, Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords (1871)
"... canals, fires, jetsoms, &c., which should come to the damage of the Vessel, excepting all perils, losses, or misfortunes arising from, or caused by, ..."
4. Rapports judiciaires revisés de la province de Québec by Michel Mathieu, Canada Supreme Court (1897)
"... adventures and perils which the assurers were to bear and take upon themselves by the policy, they were of the lakes, rivers, canals, fires, jetsoms, ..."
5. Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. by John Gibson Lockhart (1848)
"... and "jetsoms," iv. 240. Foley, Admiral Sir Thomas, x. 123. Foligno, earthquake at, x. 188. ..."