Jan

[ US /ˈdʒæn/ ]
NOUN
  1. the first month of the year; begins 10 days after the winter solstice
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How To Use Jan In A Sentence

  • So spake he, and Athene was mightily angered at heart, and chid Odysseus in wrathful words: ‘Odysseus, thou hast no more steadfast might nor any prowess, as when for nine whole years continually thou didst battle with the Trojans for high born Helen, of the white arms, and many men thou slewest in terrible warfare, and by thy device the wide-wayed city of Priam was taken. Book XXII
  • Stealing away, (whence, I suppose, the ironical phrase of trusty Trojan to this day,) like a thief — pretendedly indeed at the command of the gods; but could that be, when the errand he went upon was to rob other princes, not only of their dominions, but of their lives? — Clarissa Harlowe
  • Owner Jane Organ said it was tragic for the pup to be taken from its mother at such a young age.
  • Credit, however, must go where it's due and there's one name that springs instantly to mind when considering the rise and rise of the re-invented jandal. Stuff.co.nz - Stuff
  • I wasn't jangly or nervy, hit a good putt, just a misread. Times, Sunday Times
  • Jane's language skills enabled her to forge ahead on the career ladder.
  • Aren't you a spoiled child, without the childness and the spoiling, to go and write in that plaintive, solemn way about 'help of some connexions of Jane's in Glasgow,' as if you were a desolate orphan Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle
  • Not surprisingly, there are about three Joes for every Jane – but even so, that means there are over 8 million Janes.
  • The new President will be inaugurated on January 20.
  • Makar Sankrant is the first Hindu festival of the solar calendar year, falling on January 14.
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