noun, plural jit·neys.
verb (used with or without object), jit·neyed, jit·ney·ing.
Origin of jitney
Examples from the Web for jitney
Been dotty about you ever since you took me for a jitney driver and tipped me a quarter.The Carter Girls' Week-End Camp|Nell Speed
By this time my confidence in the African jitney was somewhat shaken.An African Adventure|Isaac F. Marcosson
Her face was dirty enough to suit Dee's idea of a jitney driver.
Dum had lettered the jitney sign for her the evening before.
"We'll go up to the house in Bernard Coyle's jitney," said Rosemary, leading the way around to the side platform.Rosemary|Josephine Lawrence