[ US /ˈdʒin/ ]
[ UK /d‍ʒˈiːn/ ]
  1. a coarse durable twill-weave cotton fabric
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  • National Provisions Company, and went out preaching fiat money and a subtreasury for the farmers 'crops, trusting to God and the flower garden about his little white house, to keep the family alive -- it is odd that Jeanette's childish impression was that General Ward was a man of consequence in the world. A Certain Rich Man
  • I became a house model for the great designer Jean Muir and it was a wonderful foundation because she was meticulous.
  • As Locke and Jean stumbled to their feet, the door on the wall opposite the window slammed open, and in stepped a broad-shouldered man with the slablike muscles of a stevedore or a smith. Archive 2008-07-01
  • Jeannine's work became focused on freebirth - birth unassisted by a paid professional.
  • During the search police seized a blue sweatshirt and a pair of jeans. Times, Sunday Times
  • Representing France, Jean-Marc Bustamante conjures a ‘Pavilion of the Amazons,’ which centers on four large color photographs of solitary, unsmiling young women standing in resolutely unpicturesque landscapes.
  • But she is unlikely to be wearing baggy jeans and a hard hat. Times, Sunday Times
  • Faulkner wore jeans faded at the knees, a broad hat, and photochromic sunglasses.
  • From his shiny, greasy, biker-looking jeans to his short, greying beard, he was muscle and bone.
  • Back then, you could get a denim jacket and jeans for a fiver. The Sun
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