Definition of Jasps

1. jasp [n] - See also: jasp



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jasps

jasperous
jaspers
jasperware
jasperwares
jaspery
jaspes
jaspidean
jaspideous
jaspilite
jaspilites
jaspis
jaspises
jasplakinolide
jaspoid
jasponyx
jasps (current term)
jaspé
jasy
jataka
jatakas
jati
jato
jatos
jatropha
jatrophas
jatrophic

Literary usage of Jasps

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1. Chambers's Information for the People by William Chambers, Robert Chambers (1875)
"He jasps for breath, and sometimes throws open the window, even during the night, to admit air. The countenance is slightly bluish in colour, the expression ..."

2. The Book of Scottish Poems: Ancient & Modern edited by John Ross (1878)
"... Or any meat would do my stomach good, Than of jasps ane meikle' multitude. And thou again upon the samen wise For thine avail may me as well despise. ..."

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