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jannock

[ jan-uhk ]
/ ˈdʒæn ək /
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adjective British, Australian Informal.
honest; fair; straightforward.
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Also jon·nick [jon-ik] /ˈdʒɒn ɪk/

Origin of jannock

First recorded in 1825–30; origin uncertain
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How to use jannock in a sentence

  • On the morning of Christmas Day the usual breakfast was of black puddings, with jannock, &c.

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