Jenny

[ UK /d‍ʒˈɛni/ ]
[ US /ˈdʒɛni/ ]
NOUN
  1. United States architect who designed the first skyscraper in which a metal skeleton was used (1832-1907)
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How To Use Jenny In A Sentence

  • He loved all Jenny's children deeply-especially Ian, the wee gowk whose mixture of foolishness and pigheaded courage reminded him so much of himself at that age. Drums of Autumn
  • Phoenix, for so Peter had dubbed the haggard in memory of his and Jenny's first discussion of the bennu hieroglyph in the Egyptian Museum, had known the ecstasy of freedom and had a look about her that definitely said she preferred the wild to captivity. From This Beloved Hour
  • Jenny says if services do grind to a halt for a day it will at least demonstrate the importance and value of the work council staff do.
  • He grabbed a fistful of that lush cashew-colored hair that made Pink Jenny so popular, twisted her arm behind her in a vicious half nelson, and dragged her up to my face.
  • (I'm never home when it's on anyway) and setting the DVR to record it for later viewing seems more than I'm willing to do to expose my brain to the neuron-apoptosing and - necrosing antivaccinationist stupidity that Jenny routinely lays down, as lately I've been questioning whether any blog post, no matter how snarky and fun, is worth that kind of self-abuse. ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science
  • I took a boxful home for Jenny, who is particularly fond of them.
  • Jenny shouted with a voice of thunder that shook the air in a composed earthquake.
  • Jenny tedder, shows like Survivor will be in the column when they start up. Jenny’s This Week on TV | the TV addict
  • Stella, raised in captivity and used to humans - who Jenny says she thinks are falcons - isn't part of the release program but serves as one wof the fund's goodwill ambassadors. Eastern Echo BETA
  • Then a woman called Jenny McPherson, who had in early life, like "a good Scotch louse," who "aye travels south," found her way from Lochaber to London, where she had got into George's kitchen, and learned something better than to make sour kraut, was the individual who administered to her master's epicureanism, if not gulosity. Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, Volume XXIII
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