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Definition of "jammy" []

  • Covered with or tasting like jam (adjective)
  • Lucky (adjective)
  • Covered in jam. (adjective)

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  • Of a person, lucky. (adjective)
  • A gun. (noun)

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Use "jammy" in a sentence
  • "Well, like I said, its Friday and that often means my posting some kind of jammy jam song - this Friday that jam comes in the form of an electro-body workout tune by Plus Device."
  • "Not surprisingly, the experts described the wines with the standard set of adjectives: the red wine was "jammy" and full of "crushed red fruit.""
  • "The difference for me was that it was 'jammy' and filled with a mixture of fruit and absolutely felt balanced."