[ UK /d‍ʒuːd‍ʒˈɪtsuː/ ]
[ US /dʒuˈdʒɪtˌsu/ ]
  1. a method of self-defense without weapons that was developed in China and Japan; holds and blows are supplemented by clever use of the attacker's own weight and strength
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How To Use jujitsu In A Sentence

  • Besides tae kwon do, also try aikido, kung fu, judo, karate, jujitsu or any other style of martial arts.
  • Paul Krugman's NY Times column today, where he uses a little word jujitsu to highlight just how absurd McConnell's claims really are: Consumer Watchdog Updates
  • Yeah, that "jujitsu" about hardworking Americans worked really well with the "fundamentals" nonsense, too. Rep. John Lewis Compares McCain To George Wallace
  • In his mind, the grappling arts -- wrestling, judo, jujitsu, sambo, submission fighting -- are the most combat-relevant because, as the Gracies of Brazilian jujitsu fame have proven, most fights go to the ground and it is difficult to stop a grappler from getting hold of you if he wants to. Barry Eisler Answers....
  • I got as far as a green belt in jujitsu - not quite sure why I stopped at that point. Dojo shiai
  • Apparently, he was still obsessed with the desire to learn the art of manly self-defense and concluded jujitsu offered him the best hope.
  • Others went so far as to stage bouts between professional Sumo wrestlers and jujitsu men.
  • Graeson, who holds a 10th dan black belt in jujitsu, and Chang, holder of an eighth dan karate black belt, were the foremost members of the Kitwe judo club.
  • Again, in an exercise hall where supervision was inadequate, the senior pupils would wantonly throw down the juniors or pick quarrels, so that jujitsu was despised as something that made rowdies of young men.
  • That nearly decade-long path forward -- as well as the linguistic jujitsu that led to dropping the term "legally binding" from the Durban agreement -- left some critics decrying the talks as producing too little and increasingly, too late. The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com
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