It's possible that they outguessed us and sent word to the commander of this Jap force we're trying to hunt down.
Our Jap got sick last week and he sent a new man to take his place.
The baronet must have unwittingly revealed the family secret, and the Jap was clever enough to perceive its value.
If the Jap had had any way of killing me, I believe he would have done it.
Uncle Jap had been known to hint, nothing more, that he would have liked a dozen or so of babies.
You cannot fish in the channel any more without encountering these Jap boats.
Moved by curiosity the Jap rose noiselessly and passing unnoticed by his master vanished silently into the night.
Within ten days he was “Lafe” to everybody except 113 Gowan and the Jap.
Jap Taylor interrupted with, "I didn't sign ary paper, an'—"
Well, a Jap is a perturbed Chinaman, and clothes are clothes.
acronym for Jewish-American Princess, attested from 1971.
Colloquial abbreviation of Japanese, by 1880 as a noun, 1892 as an adjective, not originally pejorative but became so during World War II. It was protested by Japanese before the war, but did not begin to be taboo in the U.S. before 1960s. For some years after World War II in American English the word also functioned as a verb, "to execute a sneak attack upon," a reference to Pearl Harbor.
A pampered and usually wealthy young woman who feels she deserves special treatment: plenty of Jewish American Princesses in their wigs and false eyelashes/ the unofficial, secret JAP within me (1970s+)