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jole

[johl] /dʒoʊl/
noun
1.
jowl2 .
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  • "Put it down, joles," she said, striking a note here and there on the piano.

    The Music Master

    Charles Klein
  • His persistence was rewarded, for Mr. joles came to the door.

    The Music Master

    Charles Klein
  • "Yes, madam," and joles bowed his head rather lower than usual.

    The Music Master

    Charles Klein
  • joles opened the front door for him and Von Barwig looked at him pityingly.

    The Music Master

    Charles Klein
  • "You had better wait for me downstairs, joles," she said quickly.

    The Music Master

    Charles Klein
  • joles slammed the door shut and got on the box, and she was driven away.

    The Music Master

    Charles Klein
  • joles made no reply, but went up to interview Mr. "Barkwick."

    The Music Master

    Charles Klein
  • "It's all right, joles," said Miss Stanton, cutting him rather short.

    The Music Master

    Charles Klein
  • joles had announced his wife's nieces, and he did not care to stay longer.

    The Music Master

    Charles Klein
  • At that moment joles entered the room with a message for Miss Stanton.

    The Music Master

    Charles Klein

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