View definitions for jamming
adjective as in extemporaneous
adjective as in extemporaneous/extemporary
adjective as in off-the-cuff
adjective as in spur-of-the-moment
Jamming Netanyahu at the UN will buck him up among the right.
You can see him in the video, jamming his headphones into the pocket of his black trenchcoat.
On The Tonight Show recently, Clinton was jamming alongside Questlove and The Roots.
Neither did the technology to add broadband-active jamming to a stealth aircraft exist in 1995.
We can be sure that onboard jamming has not been added to the F-35 since.
Frank leaped ashore and pushed the boat off, while Mayne held her by jamming the leeward oar into the mud.
I sprang to my feet just as the professor, jamming on his spectacles, leaned forward and slammed the cage door.
The man sat up, and caught himself from falling forward by jamming his hands into the sand.
But on the very verge was a solitary rock on which the boat drifted and split—one part jamming fast.
There was then a terrible jamming and pushing to see who would get first into the directors' room, which stood wide open.
On this page you'll find 152 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to jamming, such as: ad hoc, ad-lib, automatic, autoschediastic, by ear, and casual.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.