jersey

Part of speech: noun

One of a breed of cattle from the island of Jersey.

Part of speech: noun

A seamless, knit upper garment from the island of Jersey.

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Usage examples "jersey":

  1. The following letter he wrote me shortly after his arrival in this country, in response to an invitation to make me a few days' visit in Orange, New Jersey, where I was then residing. - "Memories of a Musical Life", William Mason.
  2. I'll tell you what I believe, she said, I think that man in the brown jersey is a German spy. - "The School by the Sea", Angela Brazil.
  3. " I think she's gone over to Jersey to get married, Bascom," said Tod, with a grin. - "John Marsh's Millions", Charles Klein Arthur Hornblow.