jot[ jot ]SEE DEFINITION OF jot
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JOT
Meanwhile, the passion of the lover abated not one jot, or for an instant.
But before I remove one jot of these stains, I must hear the whole from you.
Whether he were in the humour to profit by it, mattered not a jot.
I found that his imprisonment had not made him one jot the wiser.
Most people do not care a jot whether their children go to one or the other.
There are a few things which, in the event of accident, I will jot down in writing.
Not in one jot or tittle would it suffer in the authority of its teaching.
Three days had passed, and he had not broken his vow—no, not in one jot or tittle.
No, just jot down a note or two, to clinch that idea of ours in the right shape.
We boys make lots of fun of her, but she doesn't care a jot.