Definition for jennie (2 of 2)
noun, plural jen·nies. Nautical Slang.
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Jennie met Randolph Churchill in 1873 at a ball; three days later they were engaged.
Jennie kept his parliamentary vestments for her son, apparently instilling in Winston the sense that he would be a leader.
Jennie Jerome, who went on to become Lady Randolph Churchill, was born in Brooklyn in 1854.
Earlier this month, H&M hired size-12 model Jennie Runk as the face of its new plus-size swimwear collection.
So, today, for the first time, EMC is announcing its first U.S. grant to The Birth Place Midwifery Clinic, led by Jennie Joseph.
"Oh, that was the trouble over that lumber raft," put in Jennie Mason.The Rover Boys at Colby Hall|Arthur M. Winfield
"And, of course, if there is anything about the Wild West close at hand our movie writer must see it," said Jennie.Ruth Fielding in the Great Northwest|Alice B. Emerson
Jennie had made up her mind, and that was the end of the matter for her.A Dear Little Girl at School|Amy E. Blanchard
He and Jennie—that's home, and 'most as tall as meself—are all that's left.Tom Grogan|F. Hopkinson Smith
And so in a couple of weeks Peter had succeeded in his purpose of carrying little Jennie by storm.100%: The Story of a Patriot|Upton Sinclair