Friday, April 21, 2017
Citations for jammy
At five to, I pulled into Charlotte Street and was jammy enough to find a vacant meter right outside the back door.
They were only a floor up, and they had been able to get out a different way from the one they came in, a route they hadn't planned or checked. They might not be so jammy in the future.
Origin of jammy
Jammy entered English in the mid-1800s. It is related to the idioms to have jam on it “to have something easy,” real jam or pure jam, “something easy or pleasant.”