jess: Anybody read about New York City Council candidate Ed Hartzog?
Novelist jess Walter recommends his favorites, from Saul Bellow to Bukowski.
Chastain: No, but jess [Weixler] told me you had some wild night out with dancing?
Itching for the erotic details of jess and Nick's New Girl dalliance?
I met Ned 10 years ago when we were all living together—him, jess, and I—out in L.A., and Ned had been writing this.
I do wish you had been able to get steady work with the Courier, spoke jess, as she prepared to go out.
I am very happy to hear, by Miss jess Lewars, that you are all well.
She jess reads right straight along from cover to cover without a bobble.
All right, jess, take his stuff to the beach and hail the schooner.
Couldn't you take Mr. Street over to see jess to-morrow morning?
leg-strap used in hawking and falconry, mid-14c., from Old French jes "straps fastened round the legs of a falcon," plural of jet, literally "cast, throw," from Latin iactus "a throw, cast," from iacere (see jet (v.)). Related: Jesses.