verb (used with object), jem·mied, jem·my·ing.
noun, plural jem·mies.
Origin of jemmy
Examples from the Web for jemmy
He did this because he wanted to sell some property that he could not sell if Jemmy were alive.Stories of American Life and Adventure|Edward Eggleston
The other dogs had dived to the assistance of Sancho, and they brought the otter to the bank, where Jemmy clubbed it.Yorkshire Oddities, Incidents and Strange Events|S. Baring-Gould
Still more liquor, and Jemmy Balladhoo comes forth with his fiddle.She's All the World to Me|Hall Caine
Well, then,” replied Jemmy, “will you shy the dog overboard?Snarley-yow|Frederick Marryat
But Jemmy evidently gone to the bad; got the bit between his teeth and bolted.