Jammy sentence example

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  • Albert's works (published in twenty-one folios by the Dominican Pierre Jammy in 1651, and reproduced by the Abbe Borgnet, Paris, 1890, 36 vols.) sufficiently attest his great activity.
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  • Meanwhile, Stuart is still enjoying New York, the jammy bastard!
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  • Plus I got rid of some of my foodstuffs (i.e. ate three jammy dodgers) whilst in there.
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  • For a fun cookie the party ring has merit, or possibly the jammy dodger for the Gary Glitters among you.
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  • The computer simply works out whose co-ordinates are closest and, hey presto, some jammy git wins the car.
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  • Figs 5, 6 & 7 Mo ' had no such luck and kept calling me a jammy so-and-so.
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  • The things and places these jammy sods have done and seen.
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  • Spicy Shiraz from Australia offers a juicy, jammy red wine that pairs well with bold flavors.
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  • Marmalade and mincemeat mix with a jammy richness to make this a robust effort.
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  • Glowing ultra purple in color, the wine displays a nose of kirsch, plum and jammy raspberries.
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  • The dark purple wine had a black jammy fruit nose with floral and earthy tones bolstered with some funky oak whiffs.
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  • Châteauneuf-du-Pape is often a spicy, jammy wine with elements of earth and smoke tossed in.
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  • To begin with, the Vieilles Vignes indicates that the lush and jammy red wine is made from old vines dating back to 1920.
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  • Flavorful with raspberries and cherries, Pignan's secrets are revealed with evolving flavors of minerals and wildflowers that creates a balanced red with an elegant jammy texture and just the right amount of acidity.
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  • These flavors mass together in a lush and jammy fashion loaded with rich cherries, boysenberry, plums, chocolate, and vanilla.
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  • One would expect with a big jammy wine based upon the blend, but the result is more refined and not over-the-top.
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  • But go with a jammy blackberry-plummy type that don't make your head spin and they should work fine.
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  • Jammy is used to describe red wines that display flavor characteristics similar to berry jam.
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  • The nose is packed with jammy black and red fruits, oak and smoke.
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  • Big jammy aromas of boysenberries and cherries blast from the glass.
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