jammy

[jam-ee]
adjective, jammier, jammiest. British Informal.
1.
very lucky.
2.
pleasant; easy; desirable: He has a jammy job.

Origin:
1850–55; apparently jam2 + -y1; compare the idioms to have jam on it to have something easy; real jam, pure jam something easy or pleasant

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jammy (ˈdʒæmɪ)
 
adj , -mier, -miest
1.  covered with or tasting like jam
2.  slang (Brit) lucky: jammy so-and-sos!

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Example sentences
The skin should be crispy and the roasted lemons should be beautifully sweet and slightly jammy in flavor.
Natural pectin in the tomatoes gives the sauce its jammy consistency.
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