jargon

[ jahr-guhn, -gon ]SEE DEFINITION OF jargon

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JARGON

He knew the jargon of Liberty, the tune that set the patriots a-dancing.

"Thieves' jargon--manufactured evidence," Lyttleton explained.

His rambling, delirious utterances were a jargon of mixed tongues.

The question which I cannot solve is, On which of the Celtic languages is this jargon based?

“Peut-être,” said she in her French jargon, vanishing into her chamber.

Need I add that tum-tum in the Chinook jargon signifies the soul!

I'd give a good deal to understand their jargon,' replied Ben.

From the jargon, therefore, of the Highland gillies, I pass to the character of their Chief.

His Chinook jargon was published by the Smithsonian Institution.

There was a jargon of argument in their strange guttural language.

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