Jupiter (def 1).
Archaic. the planet Jupiter.
by Jove!, (an exclamation used to emphasize an accompanying remark or to express surprise, approval, etc.):
It was a good fight, by Jove!
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another name for Jupiter1
by Jove, an exclamation of surprise or excitement
a secondary road or lane. Historical Examples Life’s Handicap Rudyard Kipling noun a side lane or alley off a road
to spring through the air from one point or position to another; jump: to leap over a ditch. to move or act quickly or suddenly: to leap aside; She leaped at the opportunity. to pass, come, rise, etc., as if with a jump: to leap to a conclusion; an idea that immediately leaped to mind. […]
protective shelter: The lee of the rock gave us some protection against the storm. the side or part that is sheltered or turned away from the wind: We erected our huts under the lee of the mountain. Chiefly Nautical. the quarter or region toward which the wind blows. pertaining to, situated in, or moving toward […]
a printed line of text accompanying a news story, article, or the like, giving the author’s name. to accompany with a byline: Was the newspaper report bylined or was it anonymous? Historical Examples The Scapegoat Richard Maples Pursuit Lester del Rey Saboteurs on the River Mildred A. Wirt Signal in the Dark Mildred A. Wirt […]