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Alternative clues for the word jar


Shake up

Cookie _____

Pickle container

It holds the mayo

Jelly holder


Bump hard

Place for pickles



Cookie holder

Disconcert and then some

Candy holder



Be discordant

Place for pennies

Peanut butter holder


Food container

It may be jam-packed


Place to put tips


Big bump

Clash sharply

Funerary receptacle

Shake or rattle, but not roll

Tipping point?

It might get tips

Penny collector

Where you might find the thematic parts of 17-, 26-, 41- and 54-Across

Peanut butter container


Pickle holder

Peanut butter purchase

Place for tips

Honey container

Jelly container

Coin collector

Smucker's container


Musician's tip collector

Marmalade container

A sudden impact

A vessel (usually cylindrical) with a wide mouth and without handles

Container for dills


Bottle for pickles

One may hold the mayo

Jam bottle

More than jiggle

Where the cookie crumbles

Olla or potiche


Container for mustard


Crock or shock

Leyden or Mason

Mason follower

Cookie container

Plath's "The Bell ___"

Picnic-basket item

Cookies' place

Sound harshly

Word definitions for jar in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
I. noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES a bottle/jar of perfume ▪ He gave me a bottle of my favourite perfume. Mason jar COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS ■ ADJECTIVE empty ▪ In front of each team at a distance of about two yards, place a mirror, a spoon an empty...

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Jar \Jar\ (j[aum]r), n. [See Ajar .] A turn. Note: [Only in phrase.] On the jar , on the turn, ajar, as a door.

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
Etymology 1 n. A small, approximately cylindrical container, normally made of glass or clay, for holding fruit, preserves, etc., or for ornamental purposes. Etymology 2 n. 1 A shake. 2 A sense of alarm or dismay. 3 (context now rare English) discord, contention;...

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1520s, "to make a harsh, grating sound," usually said to be echoic or imitative, but no one explains how, or of what. Figurative sense of "have an unpleasant effect on" is from 1530s; that of "cause to vibrate or shake" is from 1560s. Related: Jarred ;...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. a vessel (usually cylindrical) with a wide mouth and without handles the quantity contained in a jar; "he drank a jar of beer" [syn: jarful ] a sudden impact; "the door closed with a jolt" [syn: jolt , jounce ] [also: jarring , jarred ]

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
In software , JAR ( J ava Ar chive) is a package file format typically used to aggregate many Java class files and associated metadata and resources (text, images, etc.) into one file to distribute application software or libraries on the Java platform...

Usage examples of jar.

It is certainly not there as the wine is in the wine jar, or as the jar in the jar, or as some absolute is self-present.

Springs, alembics, coils of copper tubing, buckled sheets of metal, gear systems both rack-and-pinion and epicyclic, pendulums, levers, cams, cranks, differentials, bearings, pulleys, assorted tools, and stone jars containing alkahest and corrosive substances crowded every horizontal surface.

Some kind of dire temperature inversion had clamped itself down over the city like a bell jar, trapping and concentrating the cocktail of dust, automobile exhaust, coal smoke, woodsmoke, manure smoke, and the ammoniated gasses that rose up from the stewn excreta of millions of people and animals.

Tradition has also identified her with two other women of the New Testament: Mary of Bethany, sister of Martha and Lazarus, and an unnamed woman who anoints Jesus with spikenard from an alabaster jar.

In the kitchen they found some grapes, a box of crackers, and a jar of apple butter, as well as a bottle of water that the Squalors used for making aqueous martinis but that the Baudelaires would use to quench their thirst during their long climb.

Finally, within the spaces of the arachnoid is a lymph-like liquid which completely envelops the brain and the cord, and which, by serving as a watery cushion, protects them from jars and shocks.

Tony brushed it off against his jeans as Arra laid a strainer over the top of the jar and decanted the hot, greenish-brown vodka into it.

Major Stokes, pleased with their work, had produced three jars of arrack as a reward, and the jugs were being passed from hand to hand.

But the old lady was not happy about turning her parlor into an atelier littered with messy paints, brushes, palettes, and jars of turpentine.

The Professor of Morbid Bibliomancy gave him a big grin and held up a jar.

Joe tromped loudly into the house and transferred the twelve birdlets from bis pockets into an old-fashioned, hexagonal glass-paneled ballot jar which he had bought for five bucks at a Monte Vista, Colorado, auction.

And after Sunny moved aside three chunks of cold cheese, a large can of water chestnuts, and an eggplant as big as herself, she finally found a small jar of boysenberry jam, and a loaf of bread she could use to make toast, although it was so cold it felt more like a log than a breakfast ingredient.

Vetch purloined some soft cloths and a jar of oil from the buffing pens to keep her skin soft and supple while she grew.

Very interesting, no doubt, Master Byles Gridley would have said, but had no more to do with good, hearty, sound life than the history of those very little people to be seen in museums preserved in jars of alcohol, like brandy peaches.

Stamping and hopping about, suddenly more cheerful because of the sheer silliness of what she was doing, she started dancing with the sunbeams, kicking up swirls of strawdust, until she slipped and landed on her coccyx with a thud that jarred her brain.