noun, plural je·tés [zhuh-teyz; French zhuh-tey]. /ʒəˈteɪz; French ʒəˈteɪ/. Ballet.
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Example sentences from the Web for jeté
Mrs. Mayston Ryle was there in a wonderful jete-black wig, and a voluminous dress of violet silk.Mrs. Craddock|W. Somerset Maugham
I had seen him once or twice before, in the street and on the Jete.
In the afternoon she drove out, alighted at the Jete, paid her visits.
Elle naura ni cesse ni rpit, quelle ne lait jete bas, quelle nen ait sem les poussires au vent.The Religious Persecution in France 1900-1906|Jane Milliken Napier Brodhead
Thus standing at death's portals, Frederick wrote his most beautiful poem, called "Ami le sort en est jete'."Frederick The Great and His Family|L. Muhlbach