Examples of jiffy in a Sentence
I'll be there in a jiffy.
Recent Examples of jiffy from the Web
So some rich guy gets to zip into the Loop in a jiffy.
The home run to left, a line shot that left the park in a jiffy, accounted for just the third run Darvish had allowed to that point in October, after winning his first two starts.
Built in a jiffy in 1891, that stadium served Baltimore’s first championship baseball team, which captured three straight National League pennants from 1894 to 1896.
South Broward and Miami-Dade shoppers can expect grocery deliveries and other goods in a jiffy as Amazon Prime Now opens a new processing hub in the Wynwood Arts District on Wednesday.
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Origin and Etymology of jiffy
First Known Use: 1779See Words from the same year
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Definition of jiffy for English Language Learners
: a very brief time
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