Noun(1) a brief (and hurriedly handwritten(2) a slight but appreciable amount
Verb(1) write briefly or hurriedly; write a short note of
(1) She smiled uneasily at her friend who looked very much as though she cared not a jot for her record.(2) I have yet to see one jot of evidence(3) you didn't care a jot(4) No, I won't give away a jot of the plot here; the movie does that nicely enough.(5) Even the scientists who advocate for that protocol recognise that it will not make one jot of difference, even if it is fully implemented.(6) There is not one jot of evidence that such an experience actually occurred in the infancy of one of Freud's patients.(7) They were so helpless and vulnerable, yet didn't seem to care a jot , wanting only to play and charge around.(8) I have said that the circumstances do not deserve one jot of sympathy.(9) The truth is, it doesn't matter, not a jot , not a tittle.(10) With the greatest of respect to the Ireland captain, he would not have made a jot of difference against such physical and technical ability.(11) I'm finally ready for Christmas, and there's not a jot of snow to be found.(12) Now this surprised me not a jot because, like most non-social workers, I am a firm believer that kids who are allowed to do as they please grow up to be monsters.(13) It makes not one jot of difference that no actual blood is visible on their hands.(14) It's not bad but neither is it brilliant - which won't bother 99 per cent of buyers one jot as they are in it for the image.(15) The saddest aspect is that it probably won't matter a jot .(16) when you've found the answers, jot them down
(1) jot down :: ukulobaloba
1. iota ::
2. jotting ::
3. touch ::
4. write down ::
5. jot down ::
Different Formsjot, jots
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