jess: Anybody read about New York City Council candidate Ed Hartzog?
Novelist jess Walter recommends his favorites, from Saul Bellow to Bukowski.
Chastain: No, but jess [Weixler] told me you had some wild night out with dancing?
Itching for the erotic details of jess and Nick's New Girl dalliance?
I met Ned 10 years ago when we were all living together—him, jess, and I—out in L.A., and Ned had been writing this.
I do wish you had been able to get steady work with the Courier, spoke jess, as she prepared to go out.
In the morning Helen got an invitation from jess Stone to dinner that evening.
She jess reads right straight along from cover to cover without a bobble.
How well-founded this suspicion was she learned when she and jess met.
Couldn't you take Mr. Street over to see jess to-morrow morning?
leg-strap used in hawking and falconry, mid-14c., from Old French jes "straps fastened round the legs of a falcon," plural of jet, literally "cast, throw," from Latin iactus "a throw, cast," from iacere (see jet (v.)). Related: Jesses.