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Jinx   Listen
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jinx  v. t.  To bring bad luck to; to cause to malfunction or go wrong; as, some superstitious people are reluctant to predict success for fear it will jinx them. (Slang)






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"Jinx" Quotes from Famous Books



... almost had a shrug in it. "Don't jinx our luck, twin brother," he said. "For that matter, how long will we last...? Mex, did you ...
— The Planet Strappers • Raymond Zinke Gallun

... like it in my life!" snorted Tom. "It's as though we were all bewitched. Somebody's wished a jinx on us. Some ghosts are putting up ...
— Army Boys on German Soil • Homer Randall



Words linked to "Jinx" :   unfortunate person, witch, magical spell, predestine, curse, enchant, hex, becharm, spell, foreordain, whammy



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