noun, plural je·tés [zhuh-teyz; French zhuh-tey] /ʒəˈteɪz; French ʒəˈteɪ/. Ballet.
Origin of jeté
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I had seen him once or twice before, in the street and on the Jete.
Next day, when she was sitting with Mrs. Uxeley and a couple of friends on the Jete, she seemed to see the same thing again.
He was polite but kept a courteous distance when he joined the two ladies for a moment in the gardens or on the Jete.
In the afternoon she drove out, alighted at the Jete, paid her visits.