jibe vs jive

jibe jive

Definitions

  • 1) nautical sudden sweep of the boom of a sailboat across from one side of the boat to the other.
  • 2) A facetious or insulting remark, a jeer or taunt.
  • 3) nautical A manoeuver in which the stern of a sailing boat or ship crosses the wind.
  • 4) nautical A manoeuver in which the stern of a sailing boat or ship crosses the wind.
  • 5) nautical sudden sweep of the boom of a sailboat across from one side of the boat to the other.
  • 6) The act of jibing.
  • 7) an aggressive remark directed at a person like a missile and intended to have a telling effect
  • 8) See gibe.
  • 9) intransitive To agree.
  • 10) transitive, nautical To cause to execute a jibe
  • 11) intransitive, nautical To perform a jibe
  • 12) intransitive, nautical To perform a jibe
  • 13) intransitive To agree.
  • 14) transitive, nautical To cause to execute a jibe
  • 15) shift from one side of the ship to the other
  • 16) be compatible, similar or consistent; coincide in their characteristics
  • 17) Nautical, to cause (a fore-and-aft sail) to swing over to the other side when the wind is aft or on the quarter.
  • 18) To agree; be in harmony or accord; work together: as, the two plans did not seem to jibe.
  • 19) A less common form of jib.
  • 20) Nautical, to change from one tack to the other without going about; shift a fore-and-aft Bail from one side to the other when the wind is aft or on the quarter.
  • 21) To be in accord; agree.
  • 22) To cause (a sail) to jibe.
  • 23) To shift a fore-and-aft sail from one side of a vessel to the other while sailing before the wind so as to sail on the opposite tack.
  • 24) colloq. To agree; to harmonize.
  • 25) (Naut.) To change a ship's course so as to cause a shifting of the boom. See jibe, v. t., and gybe.
  • 26) colloq. To agree; to harmonize.
  • 27) (Naut.) To change a ship's course so as to cause a shifting of the boom. See jibe, v. t., and gybe.
  • 28) (Naut.) To shift, as the boom of a fore-and-aft sail, from one side of a vessel to the other when the wind is aft or on the quarter. See gybe.
  • 29) (Naut.) To shift, as the boom of a fore-and-aft sail, from one side of a vessel to the other when the wind is aft or on the quarter. See gybe.

Definitions

  • 1) A slang associated with jazz musicians; hepcat patois or hipster jargon.
  • 2) US, colloquial Nonsense; transparently deceptive talk.
  • 3) A dance style popular in the 1940–50s.
  • 4) US, colloquial Nonsense; transparently deceptive talk.
  • 5) Swing, a style of jazz music.
  • 6) The jargon of jazz musicians and enthusiasts.
  • 7) Slang Deceptive, nonsensical, or glib talk.
  • 8) Slang Deceptive, nonsensical, or glib talk.
  • 9) Jazz or swing music.
  • 10) a style of jazz played by big bands popular in the 1930s; flowing rhythms but less complex than later styles of jazz.
  • 11) a style of jazz played by big bands popular in the 1930s; flowing rhythms but less complex than later styles of jazz
  • 12) Misleading, phony, or worthless.
  • 13) transitive, intransitive, US, colloquial To deceive; to be deceptive.
  • 14) intransitive, colloquial To dance.
  • 15) US Alternative spelling of jibe.
  • 16) To speak using a jibe or interconnected jibes.
  • 17) transitive, intransitive, US, colloquial To deceive; to be deceptive.
  • 18) intransitive, colloquial To dance.
  • 19) US Alternative spelling of jibe.
  • 20) dance to jive music; dance the jive
  • 21) To be in accord.
  • 22) To play or dance to jive music.
  • 23) To talk or chat.
  • 24) To speak to (someone) in an exaggerated, teasing, or misleading way.
  • 25) To talk in an exaggerated, teasing, or misleading way.

Examples

  • 1) It has also suffered jibes that the whole thing is a massive fix.
  • 2) But your wife is making cruel jibes.
  • 3) It is certainly fodder for cynical jibes about leopards and spots.
  • 4) It was him who helped me find my confidence and put those years of cruel jibes behind me.
  • 5) She also said taunts and jibes about her old, unnatural look had been upsetting.
  • 6) And fans were still aiming the jibe at him when he boarded the team bus 40 minutes after the final whistle.
  • 7) As a result he not only arrived on time but he also avoided the usual cheap jibes that we journalists are wont to make about ministerial limousines.
  • 8) People make fat jibes and I feel like leaving it all behind.
  • 9) There were thousands of complaints about his cruel jibe, so it was no surprise to see he was on his best behaviour this week.
  • 10) Perhaps, ironically, all those cheap jibes helped him here.
  • 11) Cheap jibes aside, do you consider yourself Scottish?
  • 12) The midfielder (right) says his side must ignore jibes about their massive financial losses and use their strengths.
  • 13) Now she has knocked the cruel jibes on the head as she bids to book a place at this summer's Olympics.
  • 14) No matter, I have taken his fat jibe on the chin.
  • 15) Many nights, I have cried myself to sleep over such cruel jibes.
  • 16) I may come across as confident, but cruel jibes left my self-esteem in tatters.
  • 17) Are these cruel jibes really justified, do I really set out to shock?
  • 18) Aaaand, just like the "omg, 90% of the Chrysler dealerships closed were owned by Republicans" garbage, this fun little math jibe is total crap.
  • 19) Cue the wingnuts to claim that this mild political jibe is hate speech.
  • 20) And while your whole jibe is aimed at business and rocking out your career life, what if your question of “What am I afraid of?” was applied to relationships?
  • 21) I do not believe in unilateral disarmament, but I do believe the truth-telling jibe is always mightier than the partisan grunt.
  • 22) The standard reply to the Work at Tescos” jibe is “Well if you were a manager at Tescos you would have bankrupted them years ago” on January 1, 2010 at 3: 17 pm Sherriff Roscoe.
  • 23) The title is in honour of Australia’s first female deputy Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, jibe from the enlightened Mr Heffernan – stating she was unfit for leadership because she was” deliberately barren”.
  • 24) These terms jibe nicely with Mr. Putin's own rhetoric of threats and fear.
  • 25) Cameron's office defended the prime minister, saying the jibe was a humorous remark referencing an insurance advertisement.
  • 26) He is good with a political attack or jibe, which is appealing to voters trying to find the magic trick to beating an incumbent.
  • 27) ‘The Shakespearian gibes are by far the most creative.’
  • 28) ‘Both editors offered high-minded defences for their cheap gibes.’
  • 29) ‘Now a gaffe by the Highways Agency and the county council has left Lancastrians open to gibes from their Yorkshire neighbours.’
  • 30) ‘The gibes about drugs and EST aside, some people just don't ‘get’ certain innovations, and this is often generational.’
  • 31) ‘Stung by Australian gibes about their dull tactics, they played like the Harlem Globetrotters - and lost to Australia 12-6.’
  • 32) ‘The gibes from his own side caused Kerry to overreact.’
  • 33) ‘On the way some had salutations for her and some had gibes.’
  • 34) ‘His replies were peppered with small gibes at Hitchens.’
  • 35) ‘Voltaire's gibe about the Holy Roman Empire was literally true but, like all such glib gibes missed the essential point.’
  • 36) ‘Anderson might get gibes for being a pretty boy, but is respected in the bush and the cities for his grasp on his portfolio.’
  • 37) ‘The latest gibe between the pair came after Warne called Muralidaran ‘thin-skinned’ for pulling out of Sri Lanka's tour of Australia.’
  • 38) ‘Kelly concludes with a gibe at his colleagues' casual derogation of the blogs.’
  • 39) ‘Gospel writer John's point in putting this line in Jesus' mouth is almost certainly to take a gibe at the Temple elite.’
  • 40) ‘The gibe could not be further off the mark, for he is in fact a very proud Jew.’
  • 41) ‘However, at another level, the nettles may be emblematic of the comments and gibes of women and men.’
  • 42) ‘Sandra stayed at home, away from the taunts and jibes of her white schoolfellows, and illicitly befriended the children of the family's black nanny.’
  • 43) ‘His wife, Liz (Janet McTeer), taunts him with sexual jibes.’
  • 44) ‘But a caring family couldn't totally protect the young Alíesha from the jibes and taunts of schoolmates and soldiers.’
  • 45) ‘There was much satisfaction in these stories: at last, the Newfoundlanders had found a vessel for the jibes that had taunted them for years.’
  • 46) ‘It began with loud jibes and insults issued at both sides, and quickly developed into a shoving match.’
  • 47) ‘Zia's enterprise gibed with the blurred mission statement of Pakistan.’
  • 48) ‘In one day and night, he gibed, ‘all those who had any power and authority were wiped out… till no chief remained to ask after any followers.’’
  • 49) ‘For a man who never quite seemed humble, though he often gibed about humility, it was a moving - and humbling - final effect.’
  • 50) ‘She tipped her glass at Hector as she gibed at the Antarctic and he couldn't have enjoyed it more.’
  • 51) ‘It is all very well for Tariq Ali to gibe at India's neo-liberal economics, but this, alas, is the only show in town.’
  • 52) ‘Today one can easily gibe at the show's glaring seams and stitches.’
  • 53) ‘Of this character, she gibes further: ‘He takes Viagra.’’
  • 54) ‘‘It was only through the media that I came to know there are such short-cuts to winning national awards,’ he gibes.’
  • 55) ‘She crossed her arms across her chest with a defiant look as if expecting him to gibe her.’
  • 56) ‘The Deputy First Minister joked at the First Minister's expense, jibing at the apparent disunity within McConnell's ranks.’
  • 57) ‘‘It's just journalists who are paid to write that stuff,’ Kadyrov jibes, naming one famous reporter who he believes is in the pay of the rebels.’
  • 58) ‘The 19 novels on the list represented, Sexton jibed, ‘a curious incident of authors missing’.’
  • 59) ‘‘If corners had not been invented, we would have been in the game,’ he jibed.’
  • 60) ‘‘It's hugely different to writing to a feature film, where you're basically whitewashing it for the producers,’ he jibes.’
  • 61) ‘The compère jibed back ‘Oh, so you are are a futurologist as well?’’
  • 62) ‘Barnes then jibed, ‘Are you getting hot for the next one - the humanitarian attack on Pyongyang?’’
  • 63) ‘Think before you jibe, the effects may not seem much to you, but the for the recipient, well it could just push them over the edge.’
  • 64) ‘This was met with congratulations from the oldies, but the usual jibing remarks from my sister.’
  • 65) ‘You don't agree with them, you offer opinions that don't jibe with theirs and you get a target on your back.’
  • 66) ‘He claims to be very liberal, but when he's voting it just doesn't jibe with what he says.’
  • 67) ‘But that doesn't jibe with your partisan rantings.’
  • 68) ‘But the only ‘evidence’ for these upcoming disasters is the output of computer models that don't jibe with reality.’
  • 69) ‘It's an additional piece of information refuting Atkins-Taubes that happens to jibe with the controlled studies and the government surveys.’
  • 70) ‘Similarly, if I'm in public practice, and they do something that doesn't jibe with my policies, I'm going to change my policies.’
  • 71) ‘Unknotting privacy dilemmas from first principles can be tricky, or at least lead to results that don't jibe with most people's felt intuitions.’
  • 72) ‘The ‘GE to GM’ phrase just doesn't jibe with most people's sense of their options.’
  • 73) ‘And the sample menus included in the back of Dr. Atkins's book are of no help because they don't jibe with the instructions in the text.’
  • 74) ‘All the pessimism and darkness that come with a far-away war against a hard-to-find enemy just don't jibe with that mojo.’
  • 75) ‘If Apple does come out with a response, they have to sink down to Napster's level and it doesn't jibe with their type of advertising at all.’
  • 76) ‘It's not like you have to share the office space with someone who's views don't jibe with yours, so what's the point?’
  • 77) ‘An afternoon talking to the protesters, however, had filled her head with data that did not jibe with what she had been told.’
  • 78) ‘This does not jibe with my experience, nor that of most Americans, at least.’
  • 79) ‘My own experiences didn't jibe with anything these family units went through.’
  • 80) ‘How does the rise of the big-box-booksellers jibe with the supposed decline in reading?’
  • 81) ‘It doesn't jibe with the image that a lot of Americans have about this country.’
  • 82) ‘I'd hoped to put the vignette on the web when it was done, but it doesn't jibe at all with AuthorityJack.’
  • 83) ‘I think this jibes with Xyu's recent contact with the Transducer which, as far as I can tell, is the most recent contact we have on record.’
  • 84) ‘But their working habits didn't jibe: Godrich constantly wanted to press forward, but the Strokes like to labour over every sound.’

Examples

  • 1) The tango to the jive to the salsa.
  • 2) Their first dance was a jive, for which they took dance lessons.
  • 3) They use dances from the show like the waltz, salsa and jive with emphasis on a low impact workout.
  • 4) I don't think jive is her dance.
  • 5) His first dance is the jive, that'll test him.
  • 6) Live swing and jive bands, DJs and a huge dance floor.
  • 7) Their gold, is our advanced/bronze class, i mean gold just learnt slingshot in jive and natural turn, though they do do this cool reverse natural top thing and something called a wiggle.
  • 8) I don't regret having read them (although I hate when black jive is indicated through misspellings like "sho 'nuf").
  • 9) The only way the Rockin’ Robin jive could have been worse is if they used the Megan Corkrey version from American Idol last year.
  • 10) I remember a Hoagy Carmichael number, “Yabba Dabba Dabba Dabba Do,” Cab Calloway’s jumpin jive versions of Minnie the Moocher and Reefer Man, and Ry Cooder’s ‘Paris, Texas’ soundtrack (Bill Sr. liked this one so much he wanted it to be played at his wake, which it was).
  • 11) (AP) - Len and Bruno have fought - again - over Bruno's having told celebrity dancer Michael Bolton on Monday that his jive was the worst he'd seen in the show's history, and then given Bolton only three points for his effort.
  • 12) The upbeat-ness of the jive could be a good one for Carson, especially since they've got Wham!
  • 13) - Michael Bolton has told Bergeron it was "inappropriate and disrespectful" of Bruno to have told him his jive was the worst he's ever seen on the competition.
  • 14) The jive was my stronger dance because it was fun, kind of all American, a lot of energy and more music that I tend to like.
  • 15) You know it, those so-called jive threatening letters, and you know it's a lie.
  • 16) ‘She'd added a little jazz to her dance this time, some quicksteps and jives.’
  • 17) ‘In a hurly-burly whirl of tunes and groovy jives, Macbeth: The Rock Opera, which puts on its final performance at the Guild Theatre tonight, is rocking audiences, young and old.’
  • 18) ‘Now, jobs figures still aren't dancing the jive yet, but prices are spiraling higher and higher, mocking the Fed's directorate for central planning.’
  • 19) ‘Fifty members of the group turned up to show just how the jive should be danced.’
  • 20) ‘There was also a blitz ball, a jitterbug jive dance night, a mock 1940s wedding, a remembrance service and a parade.’
  • 21) ‘They succumbed in laughter, and eventually gave up, and danced jive to the lively music.’
  • 22) ‘Ratc now conducts beginners' classes to introduce you to the jive, cha cha, and salsa.’
  • 23) ‘We first went over our existing steps in the jive.’
  • 24) ‘Gloria and her husband still enjoy a bit of a bop and a jive.’
  • 25) ‘Sylvia lent him to me at the adults' Christmas party for a jive, for which I was very grateful.’
  • 26) ‘Co-founder Terry Monaghan described what it takes to be an ace at the jive.’
  • 27) ‘The jive may be the latest dance craze here but it is not new.’
  • 28) ‘Live music, dance workshops and late-night jive discos are only some of the treats for enthusiasts.’
  • 29) ‘We practiced the cha-cha, quickstep, jive and samba, all of which are coming along quite well.’
  • 30) ‘The ‘moving center’ of the dance, in jive's case the handhold, should remain firm.’
  • 31) ‘Soon, in addition to jazz, ballet and tap, children may be begging for swing, jive, foxtrot and rumba lessons.’
  • 32) ‘She employs around 20 teachers, teaching ballet, tap, foxtrot, waltz, tango, jive and hip hop.’
  • 33) ‘Jitterbugs on August 2, 16 and 30 provides jive and boogie 1940s'-style classes for all the family.’
  • 34) ‘The next hour is spent dancing the tango, the waltz the rumba, the cha-cha and jive.’
  • 35) ‘We used to have to get the shy boys up to dance, teach them the basic steps, waltz, jive, and Latin steps.’
  • 36) ‘The concerts have featured internationally renowned bands playing music as diverse as African dance music, ska, jive, salsa and Bhangra.’
  • 37) ‘Off ice, she listens to all kinds of music but prefers jive and hip-hop.’
  • 38) ‘Miller's distinctive big band timbre is the sound of a generation: swing and jive, romance and sweet sentiment, people and places.’
  • 39) ‘As leader-trumpeter Dean Nelson states in his succinct CD notes, this is ‘a bit of jump, funk, jive, and lots of swing.’’
  • 40) ‘The Hoochers are a unique six-piece outfit who play traditional blues with an assorted blend of funk, jazz, rock, swing, bop and jive.’
  • 41) ‘Sitting above an advertisement for live jive music, it seems to capture the incongruity of a violent death in this easy-going part of Glasgow.’
  • 42) ‘Any band that can blend an odd mixture of garage rock and southern jive automatically qualifies as good - I mean ANY band.’
  • 43) ‘His street jive is portrayed as something materialistic and cool.’
  • 44) ‘I loved the Reverend's daughter, and I loved the sweet, sweet jive of rock and roll music.’
  • 45) ‘Combining cool jazz jive with a spectacular sonic range, his work both before the mic and at the composer's table can't be matched.’
  • 46) ‘It was zestful, restless, alive, jumping with jazz, sass and jive.’
  • 47) ‘Their movements have a likable jazzy syncopation, a bit of relaxed jive.’
  • 48) ‘Most popular music, however, tends to come from South Africa, with its rich history of township jive.’
  • 49) ‘But what he found when he went to Johannesburg convinced him that an entire album could be built around township jive.’
  • 50) ‘It is going to be a musical weekend this Easter, with classical music by the orchestra and township jive at Windybrow.’
  • 51) ‘They speak jive, they jive to the shops and back, they live to jive but the jive is barely alive.’
  • 52) ‘With a name full of jargon jive and a cast of unknown comedians and aspiring actors, this marketed as a hip urban comedy sounds like a prescription for disaster.’
  • 53) ‘Rarely is such a degree of lingua franca phrasing, of jazzy jive, to be found in his film reviews, and it is utterly absent from ‘Hollywood's Gift’.’
  • 54) ‘Audrey II has started to talk and not just talk, but Shaft-like jive talk.’
  • 55) ‘It's a nice portrait of Strummer the hipster, talking his jive talk and dropping the needle on U Roy records to a worldwide audience.’
  • 56) ‘Toasting, the addition of jive talk to recorded rhythms, was one of the major offshoots of reggae - dub poetry was the other.’
  • 57) ‘There are beautiful teens with bored expressions, belied by their enthusiastic jive.’
  • 58) ‘She has the poker jive down pat, but can't shuffle the cards worth a damn.’
  • 59) ‘The audience is tuned in, hip to the lingo, the jive.’
  • 60) ‘But I feel like we are all still telling the same joke about Barbara Billingsley talking jive in Airplane.’
  • 61) ‘Scott Hudson was freaking hilarious talking in carny jive when interviewing them.’
  • 62) ‘He shops for disco clothes and plaid pants, gets an Afro wig and starts talking jive.’
  • 63) ‘Talking to Ike Turner, with all due respect, is kinda like listening to a jive talkin’ Grandpa Simpson.’
  • 64) ‘Between the intermittent razor-sharp lines, he lumbers his cast with some creaky, faintly anachronistic hipster jive dialogue.’
  • 65) ‘It's also faster, although, as Smith says, a coyote may have more ‘jukes and jives.’’
  • 66) ‘Yes, this film where Bachchan plays a millionaire whose riches and jives are only matched by Irani, is actually a father-son tale.’
  • 67) ‘A popular jive at that time was ‘If the enemy comes, he will be drowned by the saliva of us.’’
  • 68) ‘Here's what I believe: A wise, old street vendor in New York City once told me, ‘There's a little truth in all jive and a little jive in all truth.’’
  • 69) ‘In case you're not hip to the industry jive, the usual angle is that the described band is the hottest thing the reader of the bio will ever see.’
  • 70) ‘The weekend broadcasts on the Outdoor Life Network are excellent - all of the action and none of the jive.’
  • 71) ‘Shows like Fraggle Rock, Howdy Doody, and that one on Fox about the jive talking cat in a leather jacket began to absorb all my free time.’
  • 72) ‘‘Push out the jive, bring in the love,’ she murmured under her breath.’
  • 73) ‘Everyone knows him as a hard-nosed, hard-rock leader who takes no jive, stands up for what is right and goes about playing the right way.’
  • 74) ‘Oh man, these people are all around us making joke after joke, jive after jive, pun after pun, all in a vain attempt to elicit laughter.’
  • 75) ‘I moved from the wilds of Detroit to the country, and the only thing I don't miss about the urban experience is the ‘street jive.’’
  • 76) ‘It's often hard to distinguish between real advances, simple improvements on existing technologies, and pure marketing jive.’
  • 77) ‘Several recent reports have shown that all their talk was jive - nearly two years into NAFTA; we've actually lost about 300,000 jobs to Mexico.’
  • 78) ‘But when the hands come up, that means shut up with mindless jive.’
  • 79) ‘Unfortunately, the good former Senator was talking jive.’
  • 80) ‘She is not swayed by hype, jive, or anybody else's pressures.’
  • 81) ‘It's easy to see why these films were used as part of the shuck and jive of the traveling movie marketer.’
  • 82) ‘By midnight, everyone was on the dance floor, jiving to a number Archie knew he'd heard several times, but couldn't quite place a name on.’
  • 83) ‘Everybody seemed to be enjoying themselves, dancing and jiving about.’
  • 84) ‘Last October, the band had the audience jiving on the dance floor and helped raise more than £2,000 for Kingston Hospital's cancer unit appeal.’
  • 85) ‘They had a CD of Christmassy tunes set to standard dance rhythms, and jiving to Slade was most enjoyable!’
  • 86) ‘There will be street jiving, dancing all day, marching bands, music and entertainment.’
  • 87) ‘There are many people who want to dance and jive to that kind of music.’
  • 88) ‘Learn to jive, waltz, quick step etc. at classes to be held in Ceolaras Coleman.’
  • 89) ‘Over 1,000 people bopped, jigged, jived and pogoed to some excellent bands.’
  • 90) ‘Busking and jiving - Bolton rocked away the weekend with music and dance.’
  • 91) ‘Just as the music-loving crowd, a majority of them youngsters, were getting into the groove with some static jiving, the stars arrived.’
  • 92) ‘Following straight on from the Pilates class above will be an introduction to jiving and jitterbugging.’
  • 93) ‘Committee members and volunteers were letting their hair down and they boogied and jived to the rhythmic beat of local band The Jury.’
  • 94) ‘All of a sudden we looked up and there was a big circle of Americans around us while we were jiving and they kept asking us to dance.’
  • 95) ‘Particular thanks go to the Summerland Rockers who jived and rocked their hearts out to a very appreciative audience.’
  • 96) ‘They jived to just about every chartbuster that rocks disco, pub and party circuit.’
  • 97) ‘Mansi, Kashmira and Anu come into the dancing space and start jiving to the music.’
  • 98) ‘Dressed in 70's disco dancer regalia, the president jived, boogied and strutted on the computer screen with gamers choosing his next step.’
  • 99) ‘‘Wanna shop now,’ he says, as he jinks and jives down Oxford Street with his entourage trailing behind.’
  • 100) ‘Members can take lessons at a variety of levels at little or no cost or just hang out and jive to big band music.’
  • 101) ‘Jump and jive with R'n'B and Boogie-Woogie, a la Jools Holland.’
  • 102) ‘And Johnson has some advice for people aspiring to a comfortable living playing music: ‘I've set it in my mind that I will not jive anybody, and not be jived by anybody.’’
  • 103) ‘I turned the corner and, I jive you not, the first person I saw was Lamps.’
  • 104) ‘The very nature of God-given expression makes room for people to hum, pluck, and jive while giving concerns over society's woes.’
  • 105) ‘The fact that Colmes, who is demonstrably brighter than that, can sit there and shuck and jive with this fool says a lot about him.’
  • 106) ‘Contract specifications did not jive with the reality of the harsh southwest terrain.’
  • 107) ‘The drink in front of him has a smell that doesn't jive with its taste.’
  • 108) ‘This news jives with recent rumors surrounding the upcoming devices.’
  • 109) ‘This jived with other research from around the world.’
  • 110) ‘As always do your own research to see if my numbers jive with yours.’
  • 111) ‘The teacher and student, whose philosophies jived perfectly, ended up hitting it off at the hockey school.’
  • 112) ‘Use this face time to find out about their professional goals and to determine if their style will jive with yours.’
  • 113) ‘One instructor's style will likely jive with you more than another's’
  • 114) ‘I don't think the textures jive perfectly but the chile relleno taco is definitely something I haven't seen many other places.’
  • 115) ‘At times the comedy feels a little all over the place, though most of the cast jives well.’
  • 116) ‘His weekend club night outings probably didn't jive well with his home life.’
  • 117) ‘Her sense of humor jives with mine as always.’
  • 118) ‘How does your observant lifestyle jive with the stereotypical Hollywood scene?’
  • 119) ‘There are some issues that don't jive right with us.’
  • 120) ‘Forgive me if my assessment of the game doesn't jive with popular opinion.’
  • 121) ‘They want to make sure their defense, their story, jives with what is on that tape.’
  • 122) ‘The relatively subdued performances don't jive with the elaborate, ridiculous sketches.’
  • 123) ‘My polyamorous tendencies wouldn't jive with your inclination for monogamy.’
  • 124) ‘What they said didn't jive with what we knew.’
  • 125) ‘Quine's empiricism does not jive with the methodology of mathematics.’
  • 126) ‘Here are some quotes which sort of illustrate why I don't jive with him.’
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