Jive and juke



verb phrase

To have a very good time (1970s+ College students)

Related Terms

juking and jiving

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    [jahyv] /dʒaɪv/ noun 1. swing music or early jazz. 2. the jargon associated with swing music and early jazz. 3. Slang. deceptive, exaggerated, or meaningless talk: Don’t give me any of that jive! verb (used without object), jived, jiving. 4. to play jive. 5. to dance to jive; jitterbug. 6. Slang. to engage in kidding, […]

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    adjective ridiculous, stupid Examples That is the most jive-ass story I have ever heard. Usage Note slang adjective noun Pretentious and deceitful talk; bullshit, jive: That’s like jive-ass [1940+ Black; in the phrase jive-ass motherfucker said to have originated with the musician Charlie ”Bird” Parker]



  • Jived

    [jahyv] /dʒaɪv/ noun 1. swing music or early jazz. 2. the jargon associated with swing music and early jazz. 3. Slang. deceptive, exaggerated, or meaningless talk: Don’t give me any of that jive! verb (used without object), jived, jiving. 4. to play jive. 5. to dance to jive; jitterbug. 6. Slang. to engage in kidding, […]

  • Jiver

    [jahyv] /dʒaɪv/ noun 1. swing music or early jazz. 2. the jargon associated with swing music and early jazz. 3. Slang. deceptive, exaggerated, or meaningless talk: Don’t give me any of that jive! verb (used without object), jived, jiving. 4. to play jive. 5. to dance to jive; jitterbug. 6. Slang. to engage in kidding, […]



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