In it, jawed Karim, a co-founder of the site, stands in front of an elephant exhibit at the San Diego Zoo.
As he sat in his chair he jawed at the umpire and shook his head no, complaining, “Are there any rules here?”
You could never have jawed those mutineers and put them up to getting hold of the arms.
We jawed and gurgled for about an hour and settled all the major points.
"There's the Shanghai that got the watch and jawed the pawnbroker and ran with that gang of young fellers," said he.
Then a woman came along, and Eliza got her into a corner by the stairs and jawed.
Got jawed at for a bit o' dirt in my rifle as you couldn't see.
So he sat around a good deal, and jawed a good deal, and smoked.
But if he wasn't treated well—and was jawed at—and not let go to school?
He told the boss, and the boss sent for me, and jawed for a quarter of an hour.
1610s, "to catch in the jaws, devour," from jaw (n.). In slang from 1748, "to gossip, to speak" 1810, "to scold." Related: Jawed; jawing. Hence 19c. U.S. slang jawsmith "talkative person" (1887).
Either of two bony structures that form the framework of the mouth and hold the teeth.
The mandible or maxilla or the part of the face covering these bones.
: ain't had a good jaw together (1842+)