jumbo

[ juhm-boh ]SEE DEFINITION OF jumbo

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JUMBO

Ay, she'd know her anywhere—by the rust on her jumbo she would—the Ligonier.

Jumbo mentioned that he had found an A T O cow dead by a water-hole.

Yet there was no better line-rider in the Panhandle than Jumbo Wilkins.

You could get that sarsaparilla across the bar at the Bird Cage, couldn't you, Jumbo?

Jumbo pinned Wadley's arms by the elbows to prevent him from drawing a revolver.

The Ranger handed over to Jumbo his guns and borrowed the whip.

Jumbo, with his arm tucked under that of Wadley, led the way to the house.

He contrived to say it so offensively that Jumbo flushed with anger.

Jumbo Wilkins was one of those who argued mightily that there was no luck about it.

Jumbo Wilkins was one of the posse Jack had hastily gathered.

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