noun (used with a plural verb)
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Besides the weekly rehearsals at the Elks Lodge, Azinger jams with men and women at the local retirement home.
The rock-clad town is now famous for meat products like chorizo, along with olive oil, almonds, and jams.The Spanish Fraggle Rock: Setenil de las Bodegas Is an Andalucian Town Built Under a Rock|Nina Strochlic|January 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It jams a website with thousands of requests, effectively overloading the server so that it is inaccessible to the public.Who Is Behind Cyberattacks on Israel’s Airline and Banks?|Eli Lake|January 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Jersey Turnpike (v.)—to perform a dance move in which one jams his/her rear end against a man's crotch and then bends over.
It was so battered through long use, however, that Ingua thought the "jams" would not be noticed.Mary Louise in the Country|L. Frank Baum (AKA Edith Van Dyne)
It was a mile across the jams to the west bank of the Yukon, and candles flickered the full length of the twisting trail.Smoke Bellew|Jack London
These jams were the most advertised in the country, and Purkes was the local agent for them.Dawson Black: Retail Merchant|Harold Whitehead
He jams the money order window of the post-office for two long days after the bi-monthly pay day.On the Trail of The Immigrant|Edward A. Steiner
And jellies, jams, and fresh and preserved fruits, of every sort.Tried for Her Life|Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth