jammed


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jammed

(ˈdʒæmd)
1. mod. arrested. (Underworld.) Willie got jammed for speeding.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. I’m a little jammed, but I think I can still drive.
3. Go to jammed up.
4. mod. upset; annoyed. He’s really jammed because he flunked the test.
See also: jam

jammed

verb
See also: jam
References in classic literature ?
That showed that the floe was being jammed home against the iron cliffs of Bylot's Island, the land to the southward behind them.
There was also a short letter from the Count to his wife: after reading it, Newland Archer rose, jammed the papers back into their envelope, and reentered Mr.
I had reached the area of eternal ice when my port propeller jammed, and I dropped to the ground to make repairs.
I keep the latch jammed, but the servants will think it's jammed itself, and while they're gone for the locksmith we shall walk out like gentlemen - if we haven't done so already.
Here is a packed and jammed city enclosed in a massive stone wall which is more than a thousand years old.
The second mate's gun had jammed, and so there were but two weapons opposed to the mutineers as they bore down upon the officers, who now started to give back before the infuriated rush of their men.
The tyreless hind-wheel was jammed hopelessly, even as he feared.