jampot

NOUN
  1. a jar for holding jellies or preserves
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How To Use jampot In A Sentence

  • In spite of looking like a plum duff on legs, Blowitz had an extraordinary gift of attracting the best of 'em like flies to a jampot. Watershed
  • Addendum: New kitten Sidney decided she would look good in the jampot. Toast:
  • We could see his lips move, and concluded he was saying something to imaginary persons, for he would put a jampot on his tray, and pour into it from the bottle, and then replace it. J. Cole
  • “She made a light aside about this tennis player and his similarity to the golliwog on the jampot when she was growing up,” he said. How to shock the BBC « Anglican Samizdat
  • Your da "might have got into the flicks for a jampot when he was a nipper, but he wouldn't get in now. AT THE STROKE OF TWELVE
  • Even government ministers were wriggling inside the jampot fiddling their expenses. The 'big society' is collapsing under its inherent absurdity | Catherine Bennett
  • Then I put the jampot on the table, explaining that the butter was unfortunately in the custody of the pig at the moment. Drums of Autumn
  • Rumbold scratched his ear with the three strawy jampots he held in his hand. The History of Mr. Polly
  • But he's not just a naughty boy who pinched the jampot for a lark. Whip Hand
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