Definitions of Jo

  1. A sweetheart; a darling.

Usage examples for Jo

  1. And we have struck the worthy Lady Jo and all her crowd off our visiting- list for some time to come. – The Obstacle Race by Ethel M. Dell
  2. Oh, but Aunt Jo! – Saturday's Child by Kathleen Norris
  3. Their own lot was pretty well out of harm's way, east of the fence, but Jo told him to take a look at yours. – The Mistress of Bonaventure by Harold Bindloss
  4. Good bye, dear Jo. – Vacation with the Tucker Twins by Nell Speed
  5. " Well," he said slowly, " she went off with Jo." – The Cattle-Baron's Daughter by Harold Bindloss
  6. I beat Nebraska once, and he won't get well of that lead in the shoulder so jo- awful soon. – The Heart of the Range by William Patterson White
  7. Would you advise it, Aunt Jo? – Saturday's Child by Kathleen Norris
  8. Jo felt somewhat ashamed. – Out of the Triangle by Mary E. Bamford
  9. Then five or six years in stock somewhere-- Aunt Jo, I'd be past thirty! – Saturday's Child by Kathleen Norris
  10. In fact, it was mostly due to Lizzie, whom some parents forbade their children to play with, that Mary Jo and James received just about the biggest surprise that could happen to anyone. – Jerry's Charge Account by Hazel Hutchins Wilson
  11. Supposin' he died an' left most to her; an' then supposin' she was to go off; would Jo have all her tin? – The Nether World by George Gissing
  12. If she hadn't wanted you to stay right here for some very serious reason, Betty Jo, she would have taken you with her last night. – The Re-Creation of Brian Kent by Harold Bell Wright
  13. Jo said to himself. – The Right of Way, Volume 3. by Gilbert Parker
  14. These seventeen years have made an old man of me, Jo; I think and speak and act slowly:- better for us all if I had learned to do so long ago! – The Nether World by George Gissing
  15. While old Jerry went to the farmhouse with a package, Jerry- Jo remained on guard deeply engrossed in a book he had extracted from a box beneath the seat. – The Place Beyond the Winds by Harriet T. Comstock
  16. She rubbed her immaculate cheek against her sister's sleeve- " Good old Jo ..." – Joanna Godden by Sheila Kaye-Smith
  17. It would be very hard on Jo if you should leave him. – Vacation with the Tucker Twins by Nell Speed
  18. Do you mind going over Jo Bauer's to eat? – Gigolo by Edna Ferber
  19. Jo ain't your girl. – The Uphill Climb by B. M. Bower
  20. Ye'd better leave Peavey Jo alone. – The Boy With the U. S. Foresters by Francis Rolt-Wheeler