noun, plural jet·ties.
verb (used with object), jet·tied, jet·ty·ing.
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Origin of jetty1
Words nearby jetty
Definition for jetty (2 of 2)
OTHER WORDS FROM jettyjet·ti·ness, noun
Example sentences from the Web for jetty
The bulk of recreational diving for Florida lobsters is done in the Florida Keys, where spiny lobsters are found under small rocky shelves, near reefs, and around jetties.14 wild edibles you can pull right out of the ocean|By Bob McNally/Field & Stream|October 19, 2020|Popular Science
The Daily Pic: Robert Smithson found spirals before his "Jetty".
The mask also points to how early Smithson came to the main motif of his most famous work, the “Spiral Jetty” earthwork from 1970.
When the waves reached their violent peak, a BUD/S instructor standing on top of the jetty would signal with his flashlight.
From these homes one can see the lighthouse, the jetty, some small islands, but nothing more.
It also authorised the construction and maintenance, as p. 150part of such railways, of any pier, quay or jetty.
The half-dozen serviceable boats were gathered a couple of hundred yards away about a short wooden jetty.
The tide was creaming over the short thumb of a jetty, and the herd of small black cows was patrolling the beach.
The boats by the short thumb of a jetty had not been used for a week, and lay high up the beach.
Not only has this town no fort, but it has not even a jetty.Celebrated Travels and Travellers|Jules Verne