Jordan

[ US /ˈdʒɔɹdən/ ]
NOUN
  1. a river in Palestine that empties into the Dead Sea; John the Baptist baptized Jesus in the Jordan
  2. an Arab kingdom in southwestern Asia on the Red Sea
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How To Use Jordan In A Sentence

  • It seemed to Jordan that he was going into another long-winded speech.
  • The congested, hypertense crossing point of the River Jordan, between Jordan "proper" and the Israeli-held West Bank, is to this day known as the Allenby Bridge, after T.E. Lawrence's commander. The Perils of Partition
  • When I resurfaced, Jordan was treading water next to me with a huge grin.
  • The elegant cinematography is the work of Jeff Cronenweth (who comes by it naturally; his late father, Jordan, was one of the best shooters of his time). 'Social Network': Password Is Perfection
  • Jordan has over 20 years' high-level management experience in multinational IT companies, most recently with EMC Computer Systems.
  • When the people of Israel cross the Jordan River into the Promised Land the manna stops coming.
  • Jordan was the first in his family to escape such servitude.
  • The "Very Funny" cable network burned off the whopping nine-episode season of its sly charmer about Chicago sportswriter PJ (Jordana Spiro) and her pals on Sundays opposite such sky-high-profile cable competition as Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Mad Men — whose costar Joel Murray, aka rehabbed alky Freddy Rumsen, guested on Boys as the owner who sold the gang's hangout, Crowley's, to Brando (Reid Scott) in the season finale. Cheers & Jeers: My Boys to Men?
  • He wears skin-tight, stone-washed capri jeans, a tight white T-shirt and ice blue Air Jordans. After the brawl: "It's like an addiction to come down here."
  • Louis Jordan, a historian with a strong interest in numismatic issues, has written what is undoubtedly the definitive history of Massachusetts' seventeenth-century mint.
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