joss

[ UK /d‍ʒˈɒs/ ]
[ US /ˈdʒɔs/ ]
NOUN
  1. a Chinese god worshipped in the form of an idol
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How To Use joss In A Sentence

  • Wy, I knowed a long lathy-limbed josser as felt up to champion form. Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 102, May 7, 1892
  • About 150 mainly student protesters carrying joss sticks and flowers gathered outside the bar in a wealthy neighbourhood of the capital and denounced its decorative use of sacred symbols and statues. Buddhist group protests, symbolically seals Buddha Bar in Indonesia
  • Munching of the aforementioned butty is optimal with a background sound of Radio 3 and the mere essence of a Christmas joss stick. In praise of … the Big Fish Fight | Editorial
  • During the dust-up I had with Joss in Rouen, he called one of his men `Turner". CORMORANT
  • Not to continue to invoke the hallowed name of Buffy, but the care with which Joss Whedon brought Willow into college life and then out of the closet is a good model to follow. 'Heroes' recap: Claire gets her girl on and Peter trips the light fantastic | EW.com
  • Blossom with fragrant smoked joss - stick air, but its end mission, dedicate the oneself to you.
  • This year is the fourth consecutive year that First Ferry provides ferry service from North Point West Pier to Joss House Bay during Tin Hau Festival.
  • So he called at a place he had heard of in Shaftesbury Avenue, where there was a "josser" who arranged it for him quite simply by means of a bill of sale upon his furniture. The Combined Maze
  • If neither solution is practical, try burning a joss-stick or invest in a large aerosol spray.
  • A spokesman for the star added, ‘Joss saw a doctor and has been warned that her voice is an instrument that needs protecting by having proper rests.’
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