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More road closures mean more detours and traffic jams, and more money on gasoline.

Besides the weekly rehearsals at the Elks Lodge, Azinger jams with men and women at the local retirement home.

The severe traffic jams that ensued wrought chaos in and around the Hudson River town of Fort Lee.

But, more importantly, I have spent approximately 2,378,271 hours to date listening to public radio while sitting in traffic jams.

The rock-clad town is now famous for meat products like chorizo, along with olive oil, almonds, and jams.

He knew how to use the water, how to recognise the key log of jams, where to place his men—in short, he could get out the logs.

Perhaps it is well here to explain that ordinarily such a cabin-door merely jams shut against the spring of a wand of hickory.

“The combination is enough to give even a sober man the jim-jams,” agreed Kit.

And when you think of a jar here don't think of one of the tiny affairs such as Americans use for preserves and jams.

A very small per cent of the jams and jellies sold are strictly pure.

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On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to jams, such as: bikini, swimsuit, bathing costume, beach costume, clothing for swimming, and maillot.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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