1. (modifier) relating to a ticket that allows a traveller to arrive in one place and depart from another

Words Nearby open-jaw

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How to use open-jaw in a sentence

  • The scales are damascened on a black ground, and the visor is formed by the snout above the open jaw.

    Spanish Arms and Armour | Albert F. Calvert
  • Looked along both pointed protuberances aimed at the surfaces of the lake, like fangs in an open jaw.

    Star Hunter | Andre Alice Norton
  • With a mechanical jerk he drew his horse upon his haunches, and sat in the saddle with open jaw and eyes glaring and protruded.

    The White Chief | Mayne Reid
  • Suddenly there emerges before them the huge open jaw armed with formidable teeth.

    The Industries of Animals | Frdric Houssay