Origin of jar1
OTHER WORDS FROM jarjarless, adjective
Other definitions for jar (2 of 3)
Origin of jar2
OTHER WORDS FROM jarun·jarred, adjective
Other definitions for jar (3 of 3)
How to use jar in a sentence
I keep a collection of them in a jar specifically for adding to these drinks.Mix your own delicious herbal tea using leftover spices|By Kristy Mucci/Saveur|December 4, 2020|Popular-Science
He keeps a jar of pictures by his bed and a cast the funeral home made of Christian’s hand.For months, he helped his son keep suicidal thoughts at bay. Then came the pandemic.|William Wan|November 23, 2020|Washington Post
Use your other clean rag to wipe the jar and chain, which should be entirely free of any residue.
Carefully place a flat lid on top of each jar, making sure to line up their edges.
Leave boiling for 15 minutes while you prepare your tomatoes, then turn off the heat and keep the jars sitting in the water.
Ragab was jarred by the experience of spending the night in jail.Eighty Lashes for Drinking? Egyptian Court Ruling Puts Sharia in the Spotlight|Mike Giglio|April 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The frozen-in-time Facebook page of a friend who recently passed away jarred him into this realization.
The jarred baby foods can be cloyingly sweet or just plain nasty.
The voices of Edna's disbanding guests jarred like a discordant note upon the quiet harmony of the night.The Awakening and Selected Short Stories|Kate Chopin
At this supreme moment his littleness and lack of self-assertion jarred on her mood.Blazed Trail Stories|Stewart Edward White
The contents harped upon the same string which Richie Moniplies had already jarred.The Fortunes of Nigel|Sir Walter Scott
Stephen was made of much finer stuff than Bob, but he had not the latter's graceful humor and his curtness jarred.
Now her dreams had vanished and she must grapple with dull realities that jarred her worse than they had done.