Definition of Jimminy
1. jiminy [interj] - See also: jiminy
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jimminy
jimminy (current term)
Literary usage of Jimminy
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Palmy Days of Nance Oldfield by Edward Robins (1898)
"And thou alone shall have from me jimminy, ... jimminy, whee." To which the lovely maiden answers : " The great Jaw-waw that rules our Land, ..."
2. Dramatists of the Restoration by Aston Cokain, Crown (John), William D'Avenant, John Lacy, Shackerley Marmion, John Tatham, John Wilson, William Hugh Logan (1874)
"Thou lovely Indian sea of charms, I'd envy no jaw-waw alive, Might I be so blest to dive In thy soft-yielding arms, With jimminy, ..."
3. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1883)
"Bob squinted up one eye, peeped cautiously with the other, and forthwith exclaimed, "jimminy Jinkins!" jimminy failing to appear upon the scene, I did, ..."