One of us – jasmin – is a home care worker in the Cleveland area.
jasmin helps her transfer in and out of her wheelchair, get dressed, and bathe.
The Bal jasmin did not employ meretricious ornament to attract custom.
The air was languorous with the scent of jasmin and orange-blossoms.
jasmin came to say that breakfast was served, and the gentlemen took their seats at the table.
Tonio whistled for jasmin, but he was nowhere to be found, so they started without him.
jasmin's poetry is rather wordy, and requires condensation, though it is admirably suited for recitation.
jasmin whined and looked anxious, but just then came a flash of lightning.
The pipe was charged and lighted by Cleon (after he became ill, by the new servant jasmin).
Yes, yes, said jasmin, we shall be very glad to see what we have made!
1570s, from French jasmin (Middle French jessemin), from Arabic yas(a)min, from Persian yasmin (cf. Greek iasme, iasmelaion, name of a Persian perfume). The plant first was grown in England 16c.