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Definition for jukes (2 of 3)
verb (used with object), juked, juk·ing.
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Definition for jukes (3 of 3)
Origin of juke2
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The Jukes family, of whom we shall speak later, descended from a drunkard.Criminal Man|Gina Lombroso-Ferrero
Immediately he crouched and began to explore Jukes' person upwards with prudent, apologetic touches, as became an inferior.Typhoon|Joseph Conrad
The ghost was Mr. Jukes himself, who certainly had nothing spiritualistic about him.
At the sight of him, Mr. Jukes gave a gasp and then a glad cry.
It is an interesting fact developed from a study of the Jukes that it is much easier to reform a criminal than a pauper.Jukes-Edwards|A. E. Winship