Jalouse

Definitions

  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • v.i Jalouse jal-ōōz′ (Scot.) to suspect. See Jealous.
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Usage

In literature:

I jaloused him, sir, no to be the friend to government he pretends: the family are not to lippen to.
"Old Mortality, Illustrated, Volume 1." by Sir Walter Scott
I jaloused him, sir, no to be the friend to government he pretends: the family are not to lippen to.
"Old Mortality, Complete, Illustrated" by Sir Walter Scott
I jalouse it's his bit book.
"Tommy and Grizel" by J.M. Barrie
De'il be frae my laul, but I jalouse she's aff wi' him this vara nicht.
"Willy Reilly The Works of William Carleton, Volume One" by William Carleton
It's the end, I jalouse!
"Foes" by Mary Johnston
Hoo did ye jalouse yon?
"Kate Carnegie and Those Ministers" by Ian Maclaren
I jalouse ye came roond in a wherry frae the toon, and it's droll I never saw ye land.
"Doom Castle" by Neil Munro
I jalouse, my Lord Monteagle, ye're saying ae word for my Lord Northumberland and twa for yoursel'.
"It Might Have Been" by Emily Sarah Holt
He'll never jalouse that I mean to diddle him.
"The House with the Green Shutters" by George Douglas Brown
I hadna telled her half the story afore she jaloused the rest.
"The Little Minister" by J. M. Barrie
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In poetry:

Some freen's they ha'e tauld us he's aften seen fu',
An' atweel I jalouse that the tale is owre true;
But Mary, she says it's a' lees that they tell,
For Tam is the man can tak' care o' himsel'.
"The Ballad O' Mary Muiren" by Janet Hamilton

In news:

The 25-year-old Friends With Kids actress is featured on the cover of French magazine Jalouse 's April issue.
Rihanna leaving Jalouse nightclub in London.
In an interview with April issue of France's Jalouse magazine, the 25-year-old Friends With Kids star says she's happy to be seen as one of the sexiest women in Hollywood.
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