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discard, get rid of, drop, ditch, dump, give the gate, Inf. give the mitten, Sl. give the brush-off; throw over, leave, forsake, abandon; (all of a relationship) break up, break off, end, discontinue, terminate, finish, conclude. jingle, v. 1. tinkle, tink, ding, ding-dong, ring, chime, tintinnabulate; clink, chink, jangle, clang, clangor, clank; rattle, shake, vibrate. -n. 2. tinkle, tinkling, ting, tinging, ringing, ding, ding-dong, chime, chiming, tintinnabulation; clink, clinking, chink, chinking, jangle, jangling, clang, clanging, clangor, clangoring, clank, clanking.
3. ditty, carol, chorus, chant, catchy tune, tune, melody, song, ballad; rhyme, couplet, Hudibrastic, stanza, crambo; poem, verse, lyric, limerick, doggerel. jingoism, n. patriotism, superpatriotism, blind patriotism, nationalism, chauvinism, flag-waving, wrapping oneself in the flag, belief in my country right or wrong, spread-eagleism. jinx, n. 1. curse, hex, spell, charm, incantation, conjuration, invocation, magic formula; black magic, voodoo, hoodoo, juju, evil eye, It. malocchio, Inf. Indian sign, Sl. whammy, Sl. double-whammy, Archaic. wanion; imprecation, execration, malediction.
2. bad luck, evil, misfortune, calamity, trouble; bane, affliction, scourge, plague, torment; harm, evil days or time; annoyance, vexation.
3. Jonah, bogy, bugbear, bugaboo, Inf. albatross; hobgoblin, goblin, imp, ouphe, demon, incubus, suc-cubus, devilkin, barghest; Fury, evil genius, witch, witch doctor. -v. 4. Informal, bewitch, curse, hex, witch, becharm, cast a spell on. Inf. spook, Sl. put or slam the whammy on; demonize, bedevil, possess; plague, blight, scourge, injure, harm, destroy, doom; vex, trouble, beset, annoy, harass, distress, agonize, harrow; confuse, muddle, confound, frustrate; befuddle, rattle, raffle; throw off, put off, trip up, cause to fumble or stumble; mess up, cause trouble, wreck, sabotage, undermine, throw a monkey wrench in the works, Inf. bug, Inf. screw up. jitter, n. 1. jitters nervousness, uneasiness, fear, trembling, shaking, quivering, quaking, Inf. the shakes; fidgetiness, perturbation, tension, restlessness, skittishness, Inf fantods, Sl. willies, Sl. heebie-jeebies, Sl. whim-whams, Sl. jimjams, Inf. screaming-meemies, Inf. the creeps. -v. 2. fidget, move by fits and starts, Scot. fidge, twitch, jerk; tremble, shake, quiver, quake; fuss, flurry, stew, pace, walk the floor, chew one's nails, look over one's shoulder, jump at every sound. jive, n. 1. (all of music) swing, jazz, bop, bebop, big band music, jitterbug music; boogie, boogie-woogie, rhythm and blues, blues.
2. Slang, nonsense, drivel, twaddle, moonshine, poppycock, bosh, Inf. flimflam, Inf. guff, Inf. malarkey; All Sl. jazz, bull, baloney, bushwa, crap.

-v. 3. jitterbug, lindy, Inf. hop.
4. Slang, fool, trick, Inf. flimflam, bluff, take in; banter, tease, Inf. fun, Inf. kid, Inf. rib, Inf. josh, Sl. razz; make fun of, mock, ridicule, Inf. rag.

job, n. 1. work, undertaking, proceeding, business, matter at hand; task, chore, activity, exercise, performance; project, affair, venture, enterprise, effort; contribution, accomplishment, achievement, role, function, part.
2. concern, charge, duty, office, capacity; assignment, commission, trust, mission, errand; place, station, billet, berth; appointment, sinecure.
3. employment, occupation, livelihood, living, pursuit, vocation, calling, profession, field, metier, area, province; trade, craft.

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