jackstraw

NOUN
  1. a thin strip of wood used in playing the game of jackstraws
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  • Beyond the jackstraw heap of bodies the thick square door still hid the source of the tiny sounds, but Gann put them out of his mind. Starchild Omnibus
  • Tree trunks, ten, twenty, a hundred feet long, were scattered like jackstraws, crisscrossing each other in ragged confusion. Firestorm
  • The jackstraw debris of timber and slash was left to go crisp for a few months; then it was torched. The Song of The Dodo
  • I surged to my feet, clambered on top of the rock, and began to mow down the trees ahead of him, blasting the trunks near the base so they dropped like jackstraws. Sagittarius Whorl
  • Orders for games included 48 chessboards and chessmen, 12 sets of fox and geese, 6 sets of jackstraws, 9 boxes of ninepins, and 3 sets of German tactics.
  • Orders for games included 48 chessboards and chessmen, 12 sets of fox and geese, 6 sets of jackstraws, 9 boxes of ninepins, and 3 sets of German tactics.
  • Secure in my interpretation I looked it up in my American Heritage Dictionary today and found the following instead: jackstraw n. The Annotated "Jack Straw"
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  • Broken columns of rock fractured from the face are tumbled like a game of jackstraws below.
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