To play a game of verbal abuse, esp against the opponent's mother and family; jive, play the dozens: All kinds of kids jone, says 11-year-old Hamani/ readers howling in outrage that we had dared to suggest that the verb ''joan'' (meaning to insult) was possibly derived from Joan Rivers
[1930s+ Black; origin unknown]
I took this for a sign that the curfew bell was going to ring, and so I woke up jone and we went to bed.
jone he jus' held back, ready to jine the other eleven as soon as they'd agree.
"I want to go to Virginia Water," said jone, as quick as lightning.
Ninivie, O that was the story of jone and the wall, was it not George?
And we started off, walking down the hill, jone holding on to my tricycle.
No, it'll never do to gi'e thee pennies in that reckless fashion, jone!'
Then I knew what it was that I thought was an earthquake—it was jone giving an order to the waiter.
There was something the matter, jone and I both agreed on that, but we didn't know what it was.
jone, make a good fier in his chambre, and let him lacke nothing.
I sent Hannah with him, and then jone and I went back to the summer-house.