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Sentence count:267+13Posted:2016-07-20Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: bangbe intimatebedbonkdo itefffuckget it onget laidhave a go at ithave intercoursehave it awayhave it offhave sexhumpidle wordsknowlie withlovemake lovemake outnothingnessroll in the hayscrewsleep withwindSimilar words: gazejailjarjawdandartdozepar.Meaning: [dʒæz]  n. 1. empty rhetoric or insincere or exaggerated talk 2. a genre of popular music that originated in New Orleans around 1900 and developed through increasingly complex styles 3. a style of dance music popular in the 1920s; similar to New Orleans jazz but played by large bands. v. 1. play something in the style of jazz 2. have sexual intercourse with. 
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31, I'm a great devotee of jazz.
32, They sell televisions and radios and all that jazz.
33, Let's jazz the party up,it's very dull.
34, I'm more of a jazz man myself.
35, Haden has played with many jazz greats.
36, Does jazz hold any appeal for you?
37, Jazz has never really turned me on.
38, He shares your enthusiasm for jazz.
39, Charlie Parker expanded the vocabulary of jazz.
40, Jazz is enjoying a revival.
41, They booked a jazz band for their wedding.
42, They are calling for more airtime for Jazz.
43, Jazz legend, Ella Fitzgerald, once sang in this bar.
44, He turned her on to jazz.
45, My cousin is a jazz trombonist.
46, Jazz has always been a pet hate of mine.
47, I wish there was more jazz on the radio.
48, She's never had any drug problems or done anything to give jazz a bad name.
49, Her latest album makes extensive use of samples from a wide range of acid jazz tracks.
50, I'd recommend this book to anyone who has an interest in jazz.
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51, You actually like modern jazz, do you? Each to their own.
52, What do you want to listen to - jazz, classical or pop?
53, The population almost doubles in summer, mainly because of the jazz festival.
54, How's it going? You know-love, life and all that jazz.
55, He plays classical music, as well as pop and jazz.
56, Marsalis has a formidable reputation in both jazz and classical music.
57, They're a blues band who have succeeded in crossing over to jazz.
58, His avant-garde music, sometime cousin to jazz, had limited appeal.
59, His music challenges the view that modern jazz is inaccessible.
60, The show was a heady cocktail of jazz, dance and political satire.
More similar words: gazejailjarjawdandartdozepar.tautaadaddageagoahaidairallandanyarmartasashaskatbabybackbadbake
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