jument

NOUN
  1. an animal such as a donkey or ox or elephant used for transporting loads or doing other heavy work
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How To Use jument In A Sentence

  • Chez eux, un grand n’a point honte de monter une jument que son poulain suit par derri鑢e. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation
  • And he added: Thereto shalt thou eat herbs of the earth, as who saith thou shalt be like a beast or jument. The Golden Legend, vol. 1
  • Comme ils avoient besoin, pour les tournois et les combats, de chevaux tr鑣-forts, ils ne se servoient que de chevaux entiers, et se seroient crus d阺honor閟 de monter une jument.] The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation
  • Ce Smiley avait une jument que les gars appelaient le bidet du quart d'heure, mais seulement pour plaisanter, vous comprenez, parse que, bien entendu, elle etait plus vite que ca! Sketches New And Old
  • Voltaire writes "Jumarre" after German fashion and Littré derives it from jument + art (finale péjorative), or the Languedoc Arabian nights. English
  • On lui présente une jument comme pour la saillir, et cependant on le retient de façon à bien irriter ses idées. Aphrodisiacs and Anti-aphrodisiacs: Three Essays on the Powers of Reproduction
  • Of the Tartars it is said that "c'est vne nation prophane et barbaresque, sale et vilaine, qui mangent la chair demie cruë, qui boiuent du laict de jument, et qui n'vsent de nappes et seruiettes que pour essuyer leurs bouches et leurs mains." [ A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume I (of II)
  • Suetonius says: "Valetudine prosperrimâ usus est, -- quamvis a tricesimo ætatis anno arbitratu eam suo rexerit, sine adjumento consiliove medicorum. Notes and Queries, Number 50, October 12, 1850
  • Christianam religionem absolutam et simplicem, anili superstitione confundens; in qua scrutanda perplexius, quam componenda gravius excitaret discidia plurima; quae progressa fusius aluit concertatione verborum, ut catervis antistium jumentis publicis ultro citroque discarrentibus, per synodos (quas appellant) dum ritum omnem ad suum sahere conantur The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
  • Le jument est beau" was a solecism that could not longer be tolerated. Lavengro The Scholar, the Gypsy, the Priest
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