jus

[ juhs; Latin yoos ]
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That woman's eyes were all red, an' her hair was jus' awful.

Yes, suh, he was jus' buck-jumpin' all 'e way down 'at stretch.

I taken him back some an' talk to him, an' jus' when I'm sendin' him again—pow!

I was jus' tastin' de jolly, to be sure it was good for dinner!

They was jus' words, an' it was nat'ral he'd lie about that night's work.

The province of legislation is jus dare—of jurisprudence, jus dicere.

You was jus' 'bliged to obey your marster no matter what he said for you to do.

Jus' let me turn it wrong-side-out to show you how big it is.

An' now sit down an' quiet yourself, an' I'll tell you jus' how things is.'

So we'll jus' have to grin an' bear it for a day an' a half.'

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